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On October 17, 1^1. the subject applied for 
a passport at Haplesvltalf, ana Passport #1893 was 
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; PASSPORT A!*ID VISA l-IATTERS 







Enclosed herewith are eight copies of the report 
of SA l,Um> 0. BOGSTAD at Chicago, dated and captioned as 
above. 



m«f<^t ofSay-LOlfD O* BMSgfAI* ^t^ Z/ZO/Sb at Chicago. 
ijliStoa^oMs letter to Ohi$i^0 ^teS ^/m/58. ^^ 

'**^*^-'t^ liet*«# to Bia?#j&u 4gLt#^ l/ai/56 8^4 its enclosed report^^^ 



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»#» iro3?& lae%te3? to Bianetu dated 2/?/58 and its enclosed report. 



tfi0?eau let tea* to- Cl^@>«^« dated April 22, l95l^,W?i^^' 

tht|«voase Piipi^^^^ fo^, the 

^^ ^ ** _^i^^SO ^e$^5Kt ^##^1:^^ 20, 1956, indicated 
that a m* mmfl^Q^i "IZZ 3mS^m^'£^^^k.,^Shtc^Q^.^X\Xciol3, 
was eoBtat^ted in- 1955 i^i^$i^s^3ft>Jeet»s whereabouts, and he 
-advised Jtt tiiat time tmi fe# «^s suhject's only uncle in the ^ 
Chicago. 4r«a. Hn an ^f jp^t %^ tigt&gmine subject ' 8 whereabouts ,f 
i%tii3lry ^a^jaade at 7^' ^^i^i<^ f«rrace (mi apartment building) <-^ 
■^vc^n^fesag* ?«®| XOCKSf* i&gii^T at this address disclosed ^ 
that Fi^ If^^r was mot te^B an^S Ms present whereabouts-.*^^ - 

fheJuj^, 19^ CMisago till Telephone Directory 
lifted a JSMJ ¥. fOCg^lat tS^liaa^ Terrace and office at ---S 
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_ Iri<5uiry at J*4vi Weiss: Sales Company, 1B9 West 

«a.dison St^eet^ Chicago, diselts^d that FESI) YOCKY was 
f03p«ferly employed there but dijil j^o«^ a year ago. 



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^^^Sll»^ Ho leads are being set <«ii!|pt^e Chicago Officii 
'to ':i*^i>nt8ct subject's sisters or br^tner^ia-law in the ff^l 

U.S. r*egar ding subject's whereabouts because of their 

appaiJ-ent unco<>perative attitude in the past. ,;^-r'?^£'* ' "^ 

Investigation hf the Hew York, Washington Field, 
Indianapolis and Chicago Offices has failed to disclose 
any ij^fortaation that subject has retiirned to the tJ.S. 

Inasmuch as all logical leads in the U.S. have . 
been oo^er^d, this case l« ^eing placed in a pending 

imotlve 'status. ................... ...■.^•.' 

^fe CHICAGO DIVISION 

'■■■' AT QglCAao. IplflHOIS 

Will periodioally consider the advisability of 
reactlvatjaai this case :«|Jja^ ^^ W ree<»*t©ct »ev York's sources 
in this case* 

Itf *he eveift ihvestigation is discontinued in 
this case, will request was^la^ton Field to remove their 
st<jp$: piaoed'wil;^ the B)*?«su of Customs end with the 
Palspc^t I>ivisi#i. 




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im'E^&i. SECuraTV act of i95o; 

PASS^ST AND VISA MATTBBS ^sfcv,,^**.; 
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Rhtly atcenuHiitti to sec^lie tatt^ to publish another book 



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— *tllegedly be1li«v«s t^t tHiCiaSY is living iu Los Angelas 
9S ^^^pfm'W^^ a •'giioXo% fpepSf i:« also fll^fd to have been ||^ 
Ss An^l^ iof about ooe mmi mM m^m "Hopr by some D^eal thy %^^j^ 
woman, ■.;: ' . , :. . .' --,- 

In the ev^Rt that the Hew lorfe OlXice is not in receipt of . 
ds i»iorwat}on> it is su0^^£rt<# tba^^|^|||y[||^|mgyyj^g^^^: 

<|e$fiio«d ■i^^''^^-^^^^^^»'^ ^'^^ 

i«r fufther taforfl(i#i6i» se^wpassg Wf^a^m,^ ^^yror^iil, in 
fttteA^t to s®eertaiti tiii*ougb H|^^^HHBP 
the |>«I?R A»|^I^« |^4^ress to vthTWmj^m^^t the 



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- L0« Antcies i^. ix»upe$t«<l to co«tact. iogical sources, ^ 

iiM5liiai«e «^i^ *j*^<*«^««^<^» *^» ^ a^t^^^t Jto ^et^rwln^ the whereabouts 
of YO^' and u^n receipt Wl Sti^ft^^f^al i»i<>^^^^ ^^^f ^he 
I4c»¥otiv Office as to the ia^cJress #i tlw r«*:ipie'^t of the telegram 
aloi* ff^ferr«^ to, ^»ductl»©t^&«i,i«y^stigatio.i to determine the .-^ 

MrSureau h&i been seofclok t«. locate YOCKEY:;ir.co the early id&O's 
to th« Pttrp^ie ©f interv|eSing Hi^^^^^ authority has been 
4%viou<arpanted to intiflvie* YOC^ £os Angeles received a copy 
^f i sm«;Ly rwrt of SA%U>me.1i3G^^AP dated July 8, 1954, at 
ilc^^^^libfevent YOf« t^ in Los f^^^^^'.^hicago will 
5S^S additional pertinlitt sei^ials to |/?s Angeles so that that 
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ItlilSIS PASKER tOCIOir, was. 

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PASSf>0Rf AND VISA KAiniS^ 

00: Ctoic«igo 

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&^ft in U*s Angelas lor atoout ooe month and 



Office 



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Leads wei^ set ont to the Los Angeles and New York 
ifi this Batter. , 

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SatSali^al^^ Service , #ftShiai«fai^,C^ *^^«*»«;!^ •" J' „ 
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Los itogeles is rcftoestied to eoi^Net invi^stigation 
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I^CSS^^^i^flON ACTS 

I^^SHAii SECISUfy A0SP Ct 1950; 

pA^sf oaf AiiD VISA mi?s^^ 

(00s CKICAOO) 

Re C^ftftgo lett«p to Bar«ski 6/24/^8. 



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DATE: B/2B/5 



ai^ #<#!c«rted on 7/ 



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;(wi4«atif led inquiry 

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FSHNCIS PARKER YOCKEY, Kias. 

I^iNAt SfiCtmiTY ACT OF 1950 
f A^SPORt AT© VISA MATltRS 
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Re Oiiosgo lel^t* to th« Diarector dated ,,4^ 

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■l^^ttaiiBt -^, S-feate, . afti tsiHiS|iriiioii and Naturalization .■■■•^«- 

^M^^^^W'^msiSimnt-m^mi^iMt.^ ^11 of subject's ;S 

tfit v. Si; dfeiing i91^#^ iiRd^^^^^ present 

whereabouts*^-'; 

limCidc^^o p^3A^^Mi f^te i^t subject's . 

alla§#$ fjre unknown td WP? la^^^ the exception of the 
name iM#}p M^ PRIiSgV ^icag© is atequ^sted to 

^furniMlsny additiofi^l aliases- to- WFO* 

Uiider cu3?re«t Jpepulaitions IMS will have no ..: „ 
knowle^gfe v^atioevei of th* f irrival 9f a citizen in ^~ 1.: 
the U, SV Ufll^s a S^P fii-^tee has fe«en placed by an-- . "^ 
intei^«$'b^ J^iftcy. wir^ tits fe^en no stop notice r - '^ 
placed wi^It^, and Wp^^^^ the contrary Jay ..^ 

qhio^^^ IW?0 Mil ii#t ©ieiite witth this agency concerning^ 
this: ■ffiia-tter. -■ ir ." 

11^ will fee 




i^f the .^^rican Con 



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d th«t YOCKEY was issued a 5^ i: 
, iwil*lO/lt/51, at Naples, ItalyT 
JIt is also known that YOCKEY 
M^ ^Ci v«s issued passport 




6 7 SEP 2 a 



W|*0 is cursfsAtly che^kin^ the Passport Office 
©ortee^ii*^ the aboVte two fil«s in the event YOCKEY or 

PRJ^ has «:orresp©i#|# «#ti¥ ^e f sssport C^ce in any .^p^ 

mnmt Ming the gjalt t# yejU-s. P > lAJ^ ^^<at 9 — /I ^ 



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le Cblesgo letter to tiie Bureftu dated August 29, 1958, and 
il&tngp&m W^"^!^ ^ttt^i^ iette* %o tli$ i«kf^P!ai dieted ^S^pteaiber 10,^^'^^^ 

"' 1 ,-■•, ,«if»^:^^i#pl^s t0 tMisago , la^iM^'"^^^^^/^^ are .„-. 

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tM lie^i|^t0^ Field Office, 

f^#l<i ^fl«e received a 
dated July 8, 
'*8 aliases 



tl!^;fi«|!i^ dl^tfid September 10, 1953, 

t^t a stop be 
t^t^ dated Octo ber 5 , 

Field Office, a 
li^ttejr to Washington 
;,: ♦*St6p Ifotices With 
ation and 
tliis stop with the ^ 




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SiiKse tt0l»^^Ht st0|H liiis j|klfe^, tl^ i^istructions concern- 



-:iii|, the pl^$ms #f ,.etd|ii has l#es 
fvifh Inmiijir&tioii ftod Natural isjatioh 




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and st^s«only placed 
1^ Washi ngton Field . 

i^ ascertain 



ias&iafts^i^::i*iild Office iS'..,_ _ 

«i^tMervti^ .Sl^e wi^/is cviiiim^^ with the Bureau of 

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11^ liqi&n r#7i 
-it iis...deteriBii^,.^^';''tii^ 
.><^ic^o/ will^' pxiy^i«lfe «ippr6pr: 
with lonigr^tioiii ajid Ifatural 



9rtBfi^^$^ii3rt Otitee iil^and if 

:t,|lm^''#Ni.-iilv:til(e doited States, 
liiipiiM<^tioii to have stop placed 
,tios iSeiiviie bjr Washington Field. ^ 

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,,^^,: „ - Washiatton field Offic^ ^ICtO©-Si^i>)[Beg4stered) ^"^^ — -^ 

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^auil^^ ^^!^Z^^?J*??^^;sslble S c heck on subject' s 
is 5;« ; otv ^f/H, i*1^^f ^* ^i^ttt^S a s^eoiAc date for his 
W^.c^my' ::a^riva3^-ia IB during 1958 witlhout having a 9v^^^ 








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1^# fiiiS fll« was last 
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ft^vis^d^E JOSEPH Ii. DEM 
list all to>ovn aliases of 
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la the ©itlstmeat Service Army Beodrd Pile coacerning above file 
P!^/636i. I^is «heck shoved noted file mjoiber to be oae assigaed 
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Jli iriew of tbo ^iict ^!am^^^'-W.m. Stop irt.th 

s&^toi Jfield Offioie ts £^|iJM||^ tril:iteo a 8to| 

al£4. ' '^^'m^<^e'«#-i^i^^'6'^''^^^ to «&a|^'e an 

i^teq^tlew '#$'' '^@pill^!.. npm ii(^ :jif&^0t'' 1^' "( feg P alted states . 

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Copi^ of ttel¥ liftft^ #1^ ii«*t^^^^ *« 

otfi«3r of f ioes' .^itii ei^e^:fil!ilili^ feasbeeri estab- 

iiSll«i<l *3co#t ii»;fo#k iNlit cii#^ leads outstandings 

in -^ts-'ittalter* '"■■■■ ■ ' /..'■" OLO 

Ti»« tolIoiriBg iafdriaaM^Mi is tfiag set forth for 
iNiShlBglsoii f iij^ir to aiid tfe^ to jiftei^ «!iis stop vith INS: 






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If ^^tJiject located, iaterview should be conducted 

hw ti?s» «^»f 3?i^ft^ed agents libo are ittbiroiiglily faailiar with 
pr^ Itti^^tigatioa in thi« case. Jaf^^view should be aimed 
at i©i#So^iag pertinent %mtoTm^tt<m <^m&enim subject s 
a0%iiri*4®s aa^ c<*iitaets jj^ f aseist tt«^#^t both io the^ ___ 
ihiitJ States imd abroad a^ well as O^ts^ils co»cerning YOCKBTte 

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^tis^^to^M^l. -3^f«>rts should. ... 
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ia Iti^.fer i?^b»p-"«i «#i$atia:^aecox, 

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iaSilf»i«iS''^.''w|'tli-«^iirlty subjects. 



5. A #jprch -^^ -,.-,.., 
be csoai^iicted ■ ias' ■:l^oaraiat4<«B'j 
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1$^ to^ 175 lbs. 

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Pr^^^i* blaeii-graying at teazles 

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iSSiiitO'B, D.C. Metropolitan ■. ^.,..':<-^:^^'^^ 

Ibllce Department j^WOS - >,, -... -v-*« . . 

Fpi ^r 4499^5 

rm^eii^rint Classification 15 O 9 r 000 13 

Social Securitj^ # ^27«l4-2517 „ w^^ 

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EeXigios l«cis Catliolic, but since 

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CHAIiACIiR Of CASE 

REGISTRATION ACT; INTERNAL 
^OmiTY ACT OP 1950; 
PASSPORT Am VISA MATTERS 



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uy iettei?3 to Bureau, dated 0/28 and 9/30 and 
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^^„ ^^eould be chained from the 3?eoor:ds or Westera 

^4m*Cm4aietovBij Uew Tork, regarding mbniy Brders .linXess^ 

:^^ Msper date on which the Bion«»jy orders were -^f.^^ Ajf^^ 

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J^SXSfMtXOH ACT; IKHSRliAL 
^^Rlfir ACT ^ 1950; 
PAS^X^ & VISA liATTSBS 
(00 Chicago) 



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if i© STiiTES GOVERNMENT 
DATE: March 5, 1959 



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Ew^U^il. foar the Ms Aafeles »®d j*f «» ?^2fl®*^4^K 

W^^^^^m ^ taf o^atloa. It 1^ to l» noted that ^^ 

*^ ^^ *t set forth leal^ to t^^tlfy certain individuals 

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i<|!i|li^l?S^ASSles me 100.530^), case entitled 
•^^-^^^srSal magaSne pil^lished W <ane. Inc., 232 South 
wrm A^*tss 12* Ca&opnia, wherein it is noted that 
„.._'of Lf Itafl it'one, toe, wel?e told to furnish no 
PiBi^ to the FBI 

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glared that 

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between ALICE 

indicating that 
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m em^s^-mB in eoiaiection wiiai 

>m;^fSSife» Bi aga?eed that the ciroum- 

^^^"^ i#ih Smt th^ facts certainly 

' ^iompletely cooperative, 

him and tOCKBY were as 

hto in the future. 



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\e eo^eealed* 




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m^'MSm^ 1^0 resides a* 1XW I^ C5uk>s lane Santa Barbara, 

tlae ^ll^wlng lnv«i&tlgat&on ,ii^ cootooted by SA^^^^,^^ 





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tjiat lie had never observed ?^^ 




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saiv e«vei?«il times 
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»a i£i c<mver8ati0Q^ 
., ^ refused i?aapeM 
>^ iaie Ban ai^ced 
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ted that he 
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sserted were 
laje unlaaown v^. «« 
every 10 days 
that if there 
BWtually agireed 

residence 
hea3?d fro© the 

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^ idea what the subject 
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i33^^^ when on his trip . 



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that the "Aaerioan Nationalist V (ftN)*i^stJ^fi|eBPX 301, 
jl^Sod, California, is the i^ ^^S?,?ii^^*f^bli8SJ^ 

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JUdit in the past,-^^!^rV;^^-^5w*^ 

{^%^? j^ei^cnmendations nor 

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FRANCIS PARKEfrSrOCKEY, aka. 







INVESTIGATIVE PERIOD 



^/'M/^9 ll/^l - 3A8/59 



REPORtMAOEBY 

SA THOMAS J. DOWLINO 



I TYPED BY 



CHARAaER OF CASE 

REGISTRATION ACT; INTERNAL—^-- 
SECURITY ACT OP 1950; PASSPORT 
AND VISA MATTERS 



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SPECIAt AGEKT 
IN CHARGd 



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iBureau (105-8229) (RM) 
^-Chicago (100-25647) (RM) 
2- San Francisco ( 105-1769 )(RM) 
2- New York (105-3562) 



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PROPERTY OF FBI.— This report is loaned to you by the FBI. and neither It «»|fs^ontents are to be distributed outside the agency to which loa 

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SP #♦ a^SS in connection 
e^«5is ©€* this interview, 
Fvinforniation that 
^^j& subject. However, 
l^pJied all the 



Imows. of the 
£ttt»i9h any 
j;t«l pi^sent activities 




fAm> A, BRANDT 

,_J^ii^ ^^<^ time he 
l^^^owle%e be saight have 



^or tl# t^^<^^ ie inai<Ja^^^^«!^^i', ttjat the subject 
is ■-ijBn^s^®*^- to; Mml ■ 

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it^^^wa® J^ ffis»ling> <iitie<a an^ eapMonecl as above^ 







Siis Sow»est ec^fistins asitiiti? |s«<S9iiiBienaations nor 
coaelaMons of stoy..Mi»a. ifc la 1^ WCf^^^I ©^ the FBI, and 
48 # l©#i to #^ it ai:^^ it® ©ottfetats are not 



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ACl or 1950; PASSPCET AM) VISA MATTERS 



^^ 0»e f «|^ # *feifi repieacit ie ls«in^ furnl^^ to the New lork 

^■|yLte^':'(XEilj»«'-|^r '■■^i^ P«»|p^^ -slocft '1^ v*Bfobi«tioii concerning 

tijf;':^|:#l'iS.:^'-clillk in tlte/^Jsia- J:^eoel^«f: «r4& .was «t»tain6d by 
thl^5ii^:'3&k <3^ce^':- , 

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;'|^:-.fe'^^-*®''reiffl\iatt^^^^;^^ for approaauaiBly 

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: «^« ^" W lN^^ "'*^'' ftigf ■iBfiil^ : .li^ii^ '«li3?^8ed i» "Aware 

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m^^^X ^oertr^ned that 
at tlii l*9ti» S^ Francisco 

^e^te of the box* He 
„._irii^ liia>l^**The Aware 
l^t^osi^ie, Herin County, 



TMtfdoouiieat e<mt^ns neither rec<waena8tion0 nor conclusions of any 
kind* it is ^i# jpiroi^rt^ of t^ FBI^ and is a loan to your agency; it 
its oonttnts m^ not to be distritonted outside yoin: agency. 



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i 48 thftt fost Of fie* Box 2, l,ftg8attae^Califi»iila, has 
t«r i^^o«iBately l%fte«ii y^are ^ i^ 0» PISS. SF T-2 
lat h« l^»awl®lSSi^r«xlaBiat^ t«R> year^ a|o ^ea h© caae 
A«8 i«r tto jiepose ^riodte w«? tfloe fr^ty iMch be 

itli^: ^« fQUivfiO^t^ tw^-'l«ts «» whi#; there' is oae 
»h^ot; He advised ^|t 4te«p« i» no c®e ri^liaing on that 
JSP t«;^ furth^ advi^ that Jill^ hisi a.coMiderable anount 
■'im^ mm aa^eseea ^ lsi|r^# "Aware iutherity" and 
iSfilsteiice'* ad| isfe^ l>f |»i:Ma^a»gP»8*«?,*»y ^^^ 
tti49 BSil to hia i^,^^»:M^^''&iiim^B(^-%X)t^, San 

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Box a^^> Sa^ Francisco, California," fhe return address sicker and 
ai^^^fetiti<med f ostc^ ^e being retained in the San f^ancisco file, 

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:\O.SAC, SAIT FRANCISCO (105-1769) 

FRANCIS PARiSR YOCKEY, al:a. 

REGISTRATION ACT; 

ISA OP 1950; 

PASSPORT A1:D visa MATTERS 



'KD STATES GOVERNMENT 

•..-.-; /1 5/59 

Attention: 

IX i Domestic Intelligence Division 

i i Investigative Division 




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EX 109 REC- 28 



MAILED. 31 

JU^'1 1959 
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OFFICE MEMORANDUM 

TO: DIRECTOR, FBI (105-8229) 

FROM; G^AC^^ Sk^ TM:^CJSC0 (105-1769) 

SUBJECT t^^NCIS PARKER yOCKEy,aka»,^ 
RBQISTRATION ACT; ISA of 1950 J 
-^ PASSPOOT AND VISA MATTERS 



) 

UNTPH "^ftTBS GOVERNMENP 



DATE' 6/ 



00: CHICAQO 



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l»t.r«»t»4 off lc«i wep* p*Q.u«»t«<l to review «n«ir rix.. 
po»ilbl« 1«»<1» 1» *•>!• caM. 

,t the subject »«« ^"I "?f»Ji'',5!|:rtir?hartSn *• lo"*»4 ,, 

may b* dltr«gftrd«d« 
AT.TGE SPURLOCK 



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- Chicago (100-2564T) 

- Sam Framclsco 







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62JUN291959 



jCLASS. ft EXT. BY 
'reason - FCIM 11 
DATE OF EEVI 



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Ltr. to Bureau (l05-b229) 
PROM SAC, SP (105-1769) 

Iwiimuch at SPURLOCK'a aemtinamta toward YOCKP ' 4»a> : . :• 
changed Im r«c«at yeara. It 1» bellavad dailrabla that aha ^J 
relatarvlawed. Chicago 'a obaervatloma Im thla regard are aollclt»d. 



RE: 



WILLIAM O^OYNE 



M^lX^l a U.S. Navy Lt. 



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MLLIAM Ov^COYNE; a U.S. Navy Irts. Conoiaader lA 1955# 1» J*^* 
huabaad of^7Ii?^|?S«ME, Jk' alater of YOCKEY. The ^l^ijk ■•»o,"* 5?^J 
aa am e»cl^Vt?^hlca|o letter to the Director dated 4/27/55 ref lecta 
that WILLIAM COYNE lied to SAa Im 1955 regardlmg hla kmowledge of 
"EDWARD MAX PRICE." 

Aa moted Im Sam Pramclaco letter to the Bureau dated 9/15/55* 
COXNB amd hla wife had reportedly ■oyed %o Beatom, Jjaaaaohuaetta^ r^^ 

In the event MR. amd MRS. COYNE have mot recemtly beem 
imtervlewed regardlmg YOCKEY, It la bellered dealrable that Im Tlew 
;? COYNEU f o^r fliamclal tramaaotloma with "PRICE," comalderatlwi 
be given to locatlmg the COYNEa through the Navy Departmemt, Waehlmgtom, 
D.C., amd aettlmg forth a lead for them to be relmtervlewed. 

The dealrabinty of thla actlom la belmg left to the 
dlacretlom of Chicago. 




In the ev^tttflBliHHi^BHB**""^" mot beem 
recemtly Imtervlewed regardlmg YOCKEy'a whereabouta. It !■ reconraemded 
that cStelderatlom be glvem to aettlmg forth a lead for her relmtervlew. 
If ahe haa mover beem located amd Imtervlewed, the poaalblllty 
exl»t» that ome of the f oll owlmg pereoma could mow furmljhJj^OJn^t lom 
regazAimg^ her whereabouta: 
^J(aa moted 

boqstad) ^H ^ 

^^^■■■■lUa acted om Page 1 of the 12/31/5^ New xerK report 
or S^SwA^^TBRANDT amd om Page 5 of the 7/8/5^ Chicago report 
of SA BOGSTAD). 



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') The 

Imtervlew of 




lllty of aettlmg out a lead for a curremt 
' a being left to the dlacretlom of Chicago. 






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Imformatlom coplee of thla letter are belmg furmlehed WPO, 
New York, Boatom amd Seattle for aaalatamce Im the evemt leada are 
aubeequemtly aet forth for these offlcei. 

Inveatlgatlom at Sam Pramclaco la comtlmulmg. 



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Office TS/km4^nduih • united st^s government 



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DIRECTOR, I • r 105-8229) 
SAC, CHICAGO (10 .u^:' 7; 



DATE: June 26, 1959 



"^^J°^' FRANCIS PARKER ^CKEY, Aka. . ,.,_.^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

REGISTRATION AGO'; INTERNAL SECTmiTY 

^ ACT OP 1950; PASSPORT Ai^ VISA ^^^}iffi|^poroATID:| CONTAINED 

°°- °^^«eo HEREirnS UNCLASSIFIED 

DATE ja' ?-!^ DY ^ /^ / i/.. 

Re San Francisco letter to the Bureau dated '^ 

6/11/59. \ 

Chicago has no objection to ALICE/^PWLOCK belng^ / 
interviewed regarding YOCKEY's whereabouts if there is no 
information in San Francisco files that wotild preclude 
such interview, ''"".■ ,^,^,^m'^^' '"'.■■'■ 







i«.th QOYK'E should be had at this time. 



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On 10 /2k/B7. 

was intervli 

_ advised she was formerly knoxm a^ ^^^ 
and. tha t^reviou^to her marriage, she was 
friend. jmi|||[|H|||^had no information regarding YOCKEY^s 
vhereabo-uts. Unless New York has in formation to the 
contrary, it is doubtful^HBBBBHI wo^ld have any j^ ' 
informatioi^»egarding YOCKEytslSiereabouts, Any interview 

,- , '^''^^^^^'^^IHHHB^^ being left to the discretion of the 

\ Lr New York Office • 



sP^ Bureau (PJ-I) '^-J^ 

1 - Boston nnfo){Rl!) 1?C 

1 - New York (105^:3562). (Info) (PJ4) 






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es JUN 29 1959 

1 - San Prancisco (105-1769) (jnfo) (KYj ;/•-! ^ 

1 - Seattle (105-3i!9) (Info) (ff:) I ^ '•'***^ — — 

1 - WaEhinc^ton Field Office (105-26536) (Info) (Elf) ' j -^ 



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(CG 10u^2i?oi;7) 

Information copies of this letter are being 
furnished to interested offices v:Mch received a copy of 
references letter. 

Chicago will continue to follow this case« 

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GOVERNMENT 



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DIRECTOR, FBI 



(105-8229) 



DATE: 



6/30/5 



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FROM -. ^^ SACySAN FRANCISCO (105-17.69) 

SUBJECT: FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY, aka. 
REGISTRATION ACT; 
ISA - I95O; 

PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS 

(00: CHICAGO) 



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ALLINFORIVIATlOriCGNTAINED 

HEREiri IS UuCLrrriED 



Re Chicago letter to Bureau, 5/15/59; and 
mylet to Bureau, 6/11/59. wl.^^?-;^-; 

On June 19, 1959, SE RAYMOND A. LANGLOIS was 
advised byjyiiyiiBi^eau of Identification, San K;ancisco, 
Calif. Poll?H!eparSRt, that there was no record In the 
San Francisco Police Department files of any Kind 
cS^ce^Sng the above -captioned individual under his true name 
or aliases. This also included a check in connection with 
San Francisco Police Department subversive files. 

SE LANGLOIS, on the same date, ascertained that 
there was no record on YOCKEY in the Retail Credit Association 
of San Francisco. 



On June 18, ''^^^Q _ . 

California State Bar~Assoclation, (KJi Market Street, 
checlced the files of the California Bar Association 
and advised that there was no record regarding yOCKEY 
or any of his aliases. She furnished this information to 
SA FREDERICK ARMSTRONG 




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On J\me 23; 1959; .■ . 

National Cash Register Co., 777 Mission Street, JJan Francisco, 
California, former president of the Notre Dame Club of 

Bureau (REGIS.MAIL) ^^^ ^^ /Og^^£^ 

Chicago (100-25647) (REGIS. MAIL) . 
LOS Angeles (105-2139) (REGIS.MAIL (info^J «,, 
New York (105-3562) (REGIS.MAIL) (Info. )'* -J^L 
San Francisco I 

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he had never heard of YOCKEY under his true name or 
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class of 1940 and the class of 19^1 at Notre Dame University 
and that he had no recollection of a person by the name of 
yoCKEY at Notre Dame or since that time. 

On June 24, i959,WBBPBBl^^^®P^°^^<^^^^y 
advised SA AHIISTRONG that he had examined his gotre Dame^ 
Yearhook for 1941, %diich yearbook is known as "Bie Dome. 
He located the name of FRANCIS P. YOCKEY, Ludlngton, Michigan, LL.j 

Tl.^>,o vj£s no further information contained in the publication. 




SA DAVID C. SPENCER that his iiiiiUt naa no information 

to furnish regarding YOCKEY under his true name o^liases. 

He was in rec eiPt_Qf a recftnt oonBnunicatlQn from^ ^^ 

inciicating th aT the Los Angeles_Offj 

had contactedttHHHHm^ r;x:4- 

^^MMBMplJI^PIimigi^n^^n^^nromation tney might 

^^Sl^^urnisl^egarding YOCKEY. 

On June 22. 1959, Mrs. JUNE DOTE, Secretary 
to the Chief Administration Division, Veterans Administration, 
Room 308, 49 - 4th Street, San Francisco, California, 
caused a complete search to be made of YOCKEY, 
under his true name and aliases, with negative results. 
She stated that if YOCKEY is receiving or has applied for 
Veterans Administration benefits in this area they would 
have a record of him. 

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the San Francisco Office, prior to and ^^^i^S.^J^i^J^JT ^^' 

has failed so far to disclose any sources or informants 

who are still presently available to this office. ^,^.u 

Swe^^r; this review is continuing and in the event 

Sy sSch sources are located they will be contacted 

in an attempt to locate YOCKEY. £.^,^ , 

The information set forth above has been . 
incorporated Into a letter rather than a report because of the 

negative aspects of the information. 

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OFFIce or ORIGIN 

CHICAGO 



mU OF CASE 







FRANCIS PABMR YOCKEf. alca 




DATE 

JtJL 2 S 195S 



INVESTIGATIVE PERIOD 

6/11-7/22/59 



REPORT MAOCBV 

TgmrNQ G. lAYHEW 



TYPED BY 

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CHARACER OF CASE 



REGISTRATION ACT; ^^ ,r>crt. 

INTERNAL SECURITY ACT OP 1950; 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS 



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REFERENCE 
Chicago letter to Director dated Hay 15# 1959. 

-RUC- 

ADMINI STRATI VE 
'.1 ^^^HI^BIBiwho had been Interviewed Pff^^oualy 

Informatlon^conceming his contact with YOCKEY. 



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Careful consideration has been given to each source 
concealed and T symbols were utilized in this report only in 
those instances where the identities of the sources must be 
concealed. 



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PROPERTY OF FBJ.— This report is loaned to you by the FBI, and neither it nor its contenU are 




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Location 



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Los Angeles Police Department 

Anti-Subversive Detail 

Los'^Angeles County Sheriff's Office 
Anti-Subversive Detail 



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Office: 



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File Number: 

Title: FRANCIS PARKER YOCKE? 



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REGISTRATION ACT; 

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[Municipal 
anu county agencies maiivEalnlng anT^i-suDversive jaxo-wiuiation. and 
records of the Notre Dame Alumni Association were negative 
concerning the suhject. 



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On June 11, 1959* ^ ^ ^ 

Angeles Bar Association, 510 South spring Stree _ 
California, after reviewing their records stated that there 
ifno StoiaSon in their files identifiable with FRANCIS 
PARKER YOCiffiY under his true name and/or aliases. 

[state Bar of Calif omia^ 
458 sout h - Spring Street, Los Angeles, California, on Junell, 
1959, reported that their files contain no record on YOCKEY. 



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i^d YOcSy at that time was Usted as a student, ^^^f ^ 
4-v>*4- +-KA-n«» in no current information relative to yuckcx ana 
thit thi lalt iSfSSStiSn^y had was a newspaper clfPP^"6.^. 
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which article indicated that the whereahouts of YOCKEST was 

unknown. '■'-''' "^^'' ':"jm 

The Qenaan-.\Berican Sand has Ceen designated by the 
Attorney General of the Uftited- states pursuant to fexecutlye 
Order 10i;50. ' 

The records of LA T-1, a municipal agency, which 
maintains information concerning some phases of un-American 
activity in the Los Angeles area, were caused to be searched 
on July 7, 1959; and were found to contain no inforraatlon 
identifiable with YOCKEY. • 

The records of LA T-2, a county agency, which maintains 
Information concerning some phases of anti-American activities 
in the LOS ;vnse3,es area, were caused to be searched on July 7, 
1959, and were foux^ to contain.no information identifiable 

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YOCKEy He did recall that the Individual that he received 
mSn for was the author of a book entitled, "Iraperium' . 
■MiiliBdeclared that he was unable to furnish any further 
TBformation which would be of assistance in determining 
YOCKEy's present location. 



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^^^J stated that he had no knowledge of YOCp? 
under his true name or any of his known aliases. He advised 
that in the event information relative to YOCKEy came to his 
attention he would immediately contact the EBI. 



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CHARACTER OF CASE 

REGISTRATION ACT; ^ 4„cn. 
INTERNAL SECHRITY ACT OP 1950; 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS 



REFERENCES 



Chicago letter to the Director, 
dated 5/15/59. 

Report of SA DAVID C. SPENCER, 
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Referenced report of SA DAVID C.SEENO^, flated 

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Whether this Individual le identical with YOCKEY. 

The filea of the NYO reflect that Aware ine, 
is the subject of New York file 100-U7759. It Is an 

irgSfzaSion which is selfHiescrlbed as ^J^^f ''^ ^J^aniEatlon 
to combat the CoDurunist conspiracy ^teenjertadnment - 
coninunications." There is no indication that the subject Is 
in any way connected with this organization. 



INFORMANTS 



IDENTITS: 0? SOURCE 

NY T-1 

MORRIS GROSSMAN, 
Superintendent , 
USPO, wail Street 
Station, New York 

NY T-2 

JAMES J. GARLAND, 
Assistant Postjs&ster, 
Middletovm, New York 



PILE NTJ^TaER VfHBRE LOCATED 



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source concealed and T eynbols were utilized in the report 
only in those instances where the Identities of the sources 
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LOS ANGELES 

At Inglewood, California 

Will atteapt to Identify the holder of 
Post Office Box 301 at Inglewood, California. 

Will attempt to detenalne IT .tha -holder of this 
box IB Identical with the subject. 

MIAMI .... 

At Palm Beach, Florida 

Will identify the holder of Post Office Box 2301, 
Palm Beach, Florida. 

Will attempt to ascertain if this individual is 
Identical with the subject. 

For the infomatlon of the Miami Office, the following 
is being set forth: 

1. FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY, aka Francis Dovmey, Pran«, 
Frank Healy, Francis Jockey, Francis Parker, Edward Max 
Price, Ullck Varange, Frank Yockey, Francis P. Yokey. 

2. Chicago Is office of origin (Bufile 105-8229). 

3. There is no process outstanding regarding YOCKEY. 

4. It is requested that upon notification of 
subject's arrival in the Ifoited States, that subject be 
interviewed. Chicago previously requested the Bureau to 
issue any necessary instructions regarding the contemplatea 
Interview with YOCKEY. 



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By alrtel dated 9/2^/5^* *lie Bureau Issued the 
following Instructions : 

If subject located. Interview should l>e Jf^ducted 
v^xr *-v,n P-smer-ifficed aeents who are thoroughly familiar with 
SrtorinSlSraSon^n thircase. mtervley should be aiiaed .^.. 
SfdeveSopfniWinent Infonnatlon concerning subject' s 
activities and contacts in Fascist movement ^1^^^.1^\ockey* b 
united States and abroad as well a»/e*alls concerning YWKEY 8 

T| In addition, the ' 
-S^a^^-Wpartsenr recexveu ^ux^.^.^v,.. >i5iliig July of 1953 
Indllatlhg that subject who was then reported to be ih Cairo, 
EevDt was in possession of two American passports, one of 
wSSh'he was alSeledly attempting to sell. ^Efforts ^o^^ 
also be made to determine YOCKEY's future plans and whereabottte. 

YOU should bear in mind the fact ^^at subject ^ 
be mentally unbalanced and that he was honorably ^»^arged 
?lom the u:s. Aitay in 19i^3 by reason o^ JementJ^ praecox, 
paranoid type with delusions of Persecution. This l^ervlew 
should be conducted in accordance with existing Bureau 
Sstructions governing interviews with security subjects. 

5. A search of YOCKEY's belongings by C»^P*?°s^ould 
be conducted as information learned from such a seai-ch would 
assist in an interview of the subject. 

6. YOCKEY's description is as follows: 



Race 

Sex 

Bom 

Height 

Weight 



White 

Male - ^ _,*4^^ 

9/18/17 in Chicago (not verlfiec 

133 to 175 Its. 



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Eyes 
Nose 

Ears 
Peculiarities 

Mantal status 
Education 

Washington, D. C. 
Metropolitan Police 
Department Number 
i?BI Number 
Fingerprint 
Classification 

Social Security # 
Aro^ Serial # 
Religion 



At Chicaffo. Illinois 



Slender to Medium 

Brownj black-graying at 

temples 

Brown 

Straight 

Dark 

Large 

Sharp features, protruding 

lower Jaw 
Separated 

Graduate - Notre Dame 
Law School 



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Will identify the holder of Post Office Box 1785 
and ascertain whe?Ser Iv not this individual is identical 
with the subject. 



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New York 105-3562 

FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY 



Office: NEW YORK 



Buf lie 105-8229 



REQISTRATICai ACT; 

DOERHi: Vi SECURITY ACT OP 1950; 

PASSPOKi? AND VISA MATTERS 

Information concerning certain contacts 
of knovm friends of subject made available 
by Informants set forth, 

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froKomeone holding Post Office Box 301 
at Inglewood, California. 

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correspondence from tne noiaer of Post (tfflce 
Box £301, PaUn Beach, Florida, postmarked 
at Palm Beach, Florida on June 15* 1959* 
and June 28, 1959. 

Mv T-o. on July 8. 1959* also advised that 
^■^■■■■■H received correspondence on 
Tu^2^559r^on» *J^e holder of Post Office 

Box 1785 at Chicago, Illinois. 



This document contains neither reccmmendations nor conclusions 
of any kind. It Is the property of the FBI, and 15 a loan to 
your agency; it and/or its contents are not to be distributed 
outside your agency. 

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any kind. It Is the property of the 
FBI, and is a loan to your agency; 
It and/or Its contents are not to l>e 
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subject: FRANCIS PARKER YOCKET, aka.; 

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^V^"*"'""' FRANCIS PARKER jyOCKEY, Aka. 



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Chicago has been attempting to ascertain the present 
whereabouts of YOCKEY. Because of his known anti-semitic 
views, YOCKEY is a logical suspect in investigation to 
determine the identity of the persons responsible for synagogue 
bombings in the south and other sections of the United States* 
He is a logical suspect as the possible author of anti-semitic 
material written by an unknown person using th e pe n name 
The Patriot'' (Bufile 105-74075) • In 1953, YOCKEY was 
reported to be in possession of a false United States passport 
He is reported to have attempted to sell an American passport f. 
in Cairo, Egypt, in 1953. It is also desired that YOCKEY 
be interviewed regarding his knowledge of a Fascist aovement 
in the United States and Europe. 

In the past, YOCKEY has indicated a desire to reside 
In Germany. He was reported to be living in Heidelberg, ^ 
Germany, in 1954, and in Munich, Germany, in 1955. Since j 
that time efforts to ascertain his whereabouts have been/ 
unsuccessful. 

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Also known as, Francis Downey, 

Franz, Franlc Healy, Francis Jockey, 

Francis Parker, Edward Max Price, 

Ulick Varange, Frank Yockey, Francis 

P. Yokey 

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Race 

Sex 

Date of Birth 

Place of Birth 

Height 
Weight 
Build 
Hair 




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Male 

September 18, 1917 

Chicago (not verified) 

5 '8" 

133 to 175 pounds 

Slender to medium 

Brown, black - graying at 

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Brown 


Nose 


Straight 


Ears 


Large 


Peculiarities 


Sharp features, protruding 




lower jaw 


Uarital Status 


Separated 


Education 


Graduate, Notre Dame 




Law School 


Washington D« C« 




Metropolitan Police 




Department Number 


101903 


fBI Niuttber 


4499405 


Fii^erprint 


15 9 r 000 13 


Classification 


L 17 u OOO IS 


Social Security Niimber 


327-14-2517 


Army Serial Number 


160S4528 


Religion 


Born Catholic but since 




devowed himself from all 




religion 



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REFERENCE; 



CHARACTER OF CASE 

REGISIIIATION ACT; ^^^^ 
INTERNAL SECURITY ACT of 1950; 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS 

ALL INFORMAUON COHTAINEO 

HFRFIW l<? t!"f" ^"^'^tE^ EXCEPT 

WHERE SHOWN OTHERWISE 



Report of SA DAVID C. SPENCER, 5/15/59, ^/gJ.dJig''^^'^* 
Chicago letters to Bureau dated 5A5/59 and b/2b/59. 
SnS5«niiaeo letters to Bureau dated 6/11/59 and 6/30/59. 
il5o??^f li raSSS J. SoWLING, 7/30/59, at New York. 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DATA 

Re San Francisco letter to Bureau dated 6/30/59, 
case threeVindlcated that no sources or Informants ^o 
l^nlsS^rinf omation regarding ^S^S^,?!^^-^^^^^?^ 
Thinri activities prior to and d\aring World war U-, «®^® 
!5S?llSle to thif Office. Further review ^^s confirmed 
thrfact that there are no such sources available. 




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It appears that RICHARD ALLEN, mentioned in 
this report, is probably identical with FRANCIS PARKER 
yockeS Hoiever, since there has not been a positive 
iS!^lca??on Sf Sis individual as YOCKESf, his name 
is not being included in the title 

Careful consideration has been given to the 
source concealed and T symbol utilized only in those 
instances where identity of source must be concealed. 



Pile Number wh ere Located 
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INPORMANT 

Tdsnt itv'of Source 

■§-p T-1 is WiLLlAM ERAZETTI, 

AsBt. Postmaster, Gilroy, Calif. 

LEADS SAN FRANCISCO 

At San Francisco, California 

Will report any subsequent information of value 
received from SP T-1 

At Monterey s California 

Will, at the Gilded Cage Bar, exhibit photographs 
of YOCKEY to owners a^rfig^ers who may ^^ve been the^n 
1955, to determine iPa>ffano player named RICHARD ALLEN 
is identical with YOCKEY. 

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mmrefj good lUce»es3_of_CTWARD; ^tha t||^g_--^ ^ 

and BDWAED ««« "f'llft lo? S^oje SlSS^?^«BBi^ 
after three months, ^«"„"„„rlw;t of their marriage. 
|^^|;L.^? ?gihlSS^ ^lnging.oaone,o»;a3lon. 

sister. On 8/14/59, , u„^^ 

upon interview, denlea *^^"|n;^"*'she advised she 

had not married _m^onenm^ed^^^ sn 



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fiA had not marrxeu w^w"- ;:r" Z vnrKTrv and if she didj sne 
M^T, did not know anything ^oj^^^^oSation. On 8/17/59, 
bM^ would probably not furnish any infomatio. ^^^ j^^^ 

^ Mrs. ALICE SPURLOCK, Gilroy^alirornia^ ^^^ ^^^^ 

nothing about her ^^°^^®^'^SS not furnish any inf orma- 
from hlin for «^^/?f J^^f ^ossesseS such data. On 
tion ^^^.^^in. h|y^F she posses ^^^ individual myriad 

HTtSe name RICHARD ALLEN On 8/g/59, 
rs^nitted a close association in ^^e^saiinas 
TO Monterey rerS^i man f ^^.J^^f 'o^^^?^e"'s?^^^ 
^mJs^^SSyS^! 'lSrfnl?cSeS tSf ^o^s of YOCKEY 

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I »1J> he left her on IO/I/55, and that she later received a 
short letter from him mailed while he was en route to 
the East Coast, and that this is the last she heard 
from or about him. She described ALLEN as highly 
nervous and mentally ill, possibly possessing suicidal 
tendencies. Recalled he believed in supremacy of 
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DETAILS: AT SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

Ot^im^9^959, IC RAYMOND A. LAITGLOIS was 
advised ^yfll|H|P Bureau of Identification, San 
Francisco, CaTirornia; Police Department, that there was 
no record In the San Francisco Police Department files 
of any kind concerning FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY, 
under his true name or aliases. This a3.so included a 
check in connection with San Francisco Police Department 
subversive files. 

IC LA1>ICL0IS, on the same date, ascertained that 
there was no record on YOCKEY in the Reteiil Credit 
Association of San Francisco. 

On June 18, lQ5Q. i 
I California State Bar Association, 703 Mari_,^ 
street, checked the files of the California Bar Association 
and advised there was no record regarding YOCKEY or any 
of his aliases. She furnished this Information to SA 
FREDERICK ARMSTRONG. 





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SA i««STB0m that he had never heard of YOOm uader 
his true name or aliases. 

^^^^^JI^HBBHHPBPiKHHj^^Pi^^K^class of 
WBSWraSt he received J^^^^'^^^^ university, 

1940 and the class of i?!fi^f r.t: of a person hy the name 
and that he had no ^J^f ^f ^^^ee thlt^tlme . 
of YOCKEY at Notre Dame or si nce ^uc 

»). nocQ ^flH^HIltelephonlcally 
On June 24, 1959,piipP«iP»^ ^^^ Notre Dame 
advised SA ARMSTRONG that hSWTxS^ ^^ « 

Yearbook for 19^1, ^'^i^Soyf,??? p voCKEY, Ludington, Michl- 
V°^!b! *^e?fSaf nf mSer-l^SSiion contained 

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ai^JRWurnish regarding YOCKEY. 

on June 23, 1959, ^.^'^ ^e^^^s'l^rlstra- 
to the Chief Administration Division^ ^^c?Sco, ^ 
tion, Room 308, ^9 P^^^^ii^tele^ch to he made of 
California, caused a ^^^P^f l,f giases, with negative 
YOCKEY, under his ^^^J^^rff^ScSY il receiving or -. 

JSults She 3tatef t^^^^ benefits in this 

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■MMSot sure of the last name but thought xt n«igrt have 

likeness of the man Vsax ^/g/gggggm «t-.ted that the 

|S:*Se^S tae.'Sf t^S^glfSes aM he ^s .ore of a »=n g.ven 

to wearing ascot ties and sport ooats^ 

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her no good* About the time that they separated a Prenc^^^l 
appeared on the scene iwho was considerably younger '^^^SHb 
^about the same age as EDWARD* After EDWARD leit ner, 
f secured an annulment allegedly in Monterey County* 



and EDWARD were livin] 

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l^Sm VIlETIEx^lS T7ho T?as a sisbcr of EDV7AHD, 
They were residing at 1136^fctrf Avenue^ Pacific Grove, California. 
Lieutenant Coinr^aixier COYIE was a SecuriW^^officer'at the Naval 
Itost Graduate School in Konterey, California. 

the C aiinel'4tonterey area at about this time was 

3oth she 

^ar^ ^^^^^^l^yere very' con cernea apoux tneTlose relationship 
of COT^andJJBHHBBP ^^®^^^> EDWAHD. C^^S tras supposed 
to have access to secret inforaaticn at the Kaval Post Graduate 
School and his brother-ir>-law EDv£4m) appeared to be an individual 
surrounded by intrigue and they felt that he might possibly 
through his liationkiip with Ccaaaa nder COHE obtain infcrtoation 
that he was not supposedt^javeoMPHB^referr^d to Comnander 
CCOE as ^Bogus C0Y1E".||BBBP^^^ indicated that he ji^e|ded 
to conta ct the FBI concerning EDWARD and Comoander COHE. IHHP| 
■■■■If stated that she is astounded that he never took this action 
sSc^ne irdicated to her that he would. 

^miJlJHFstated thatpHJI^IH informed her that 
^he secured te r annuLnient on the basis thBZ ISKVTARD had married her under 
a false name. ^■^■■Mstated that she has difficulty recalling 






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identified Sseys referred to each other by their f xrs-^jags^^ 
" stated that dviring EDWARD'S marriage toflBBHHI 
tore iiere frequent spats ani during these periods EDWARD would 
Uve at the residence of COOE. 

^^^^^^^then asked for another look at the 
nicture of^S^^^^ and then stated that the nore she 
looked at tbs photograph of PRICE thyjfig^tappeared to be 
that of EDIVARD who was narried toflHHHp^ She sta^ea 
however, that the I9I47 photograph of the suDject was a much 
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lalso y^ r.AleA that w hen EDWJRD first 

^t. ^^^^;ST^roduc edaMBi to Urs. Ca^E, he did 

l^S^^T^^TSammmt^^hat Mrs» can® was his sister. 
ayliiL^fflBHrS^^t toy must be elated because 
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lifers bUfS^SSg mth ED^TAJ 
5ffnd very T»ell night know the present 




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in arouni^95F^956 'to live^th jyillll^^ 

Fort Lauderdale or Tampa, ^^f ^^^' fBPn^HMB|B 
^. does not know the "am^yjyggftS iSSS^^Sey shortly 
|^MB|| stated tnatiiilMJJ^ to the San Rrancisco 

^^PP^i^^BiiBIBdid not conUct her in 1958. ^■■■■■■1 
was supposed to have norted f°^_?^ jg|gHl|fc|is now supposed 
S^f ^kiS'lof t^'S^tt o? SSSk^BSTanch of the Welfare 
Department in the San Francisco area. 



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I at the In and Outdoor 
Shop, Carni^r-ValTeriTSadT^Ca^e^a^^ 
advised that she talked ^"hja^^MPMIi shortly 
before Christmas 1956, wher^|«|BBM^was visiting 
^n route from Florida to the San wancisco Bay Area, 
e n routg g^ ^^^g^ ^hat she had been in Florida during 
-TJhe-^ast Bo years and had worked in a probation 
office in Florida, possibly Tampa, Floriaa. 

^Jstated that she did not have a 

informatiotT'as to the present whereabouts of ^ 

bSt b2lie?2s_sliis residing in the San Francisco 
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SomaSIRK^Syone who might be Btlll resigi 
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b, ly^y, aaviseu u serial nuribsr 151197 

a commanier xn the U. S. r^avy. ne «*" ° n^^^K 9"; 19l5 

^sc°.LrS &hin^:fi:S.1«^ too, Oo-ai-der 0«E-s 
present duty station. 

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Of Subject under the na.'ne YOCKSY and PRICE and-^^^^^ 
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he rece ived a letter 
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^JBHM||stated that he was 

as to the correctness of the sentences recexveabygirals^D^lffiR 

that their aentences Tiere unjust. 

^^^^stated that he discussed nith his supertors 

at the .wyllnguage School the f^^^»^^ jf ^Sf Se^SSlff 
a«i they stated It ^s a personal matter .ri_^e^S^u_^ 






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his^piniorthat since these officers were c 
duties as Haval Officers that they sWd n 
sentences for perforning their duty. |^~ 
told him in his letter that he received 
Tithoania n Informa tion Center in New ^-^ 
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^^^—^iiT^nxh^iii^^ asked for his photograpn.lH^^^ 
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The records of the Monterey* County Clerk of Court, 
Recorder^ Office, and Assessor's Office, ^^i'^^^^-p^ 
pertinent period, were examined under the, name RICHARD 

mmTll July le, 1959, by sa orville n. moi^n, with 

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On July 20, i959,SIHpHHHtelephonically' 
advised SA wayne K. WELCH that sne naa neard from a ^^tual 
friend thatfl|||liHi^s now living in Berkeley, Calif orrta, 
and;working in San ft?anclsco, for some welfare agency. 




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Company information operator that ther^ja^^ecOTd 



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the California State Department of Motor Vehicles, , . 
Sacramento, California, advised that they locate^n 
operator's ifcense numbe_rY_ J3Q78l6t.J:SSued^^^M 




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WAYNE K^JSBTand DAVID C. SPEl^ICER. 

^^^^^^^^^jtated that she recalled being 
intervlevSSffi^nSSiHEl in the Cannel area In about 
1S5I. ale stated that the only person shyj[a^agi|d 
to while living In t.h^ Carmel area vas^^^^^^^^ 



She R^.ftt.ffd that she met ALICE SP URLj 

"she al^^cnow^ie^Tster, Mrs. COYl^, and rneTxatter* s 
hulbSl? IT. Coi^maider CO^nm. She denied, emphatically, ■ 

?hat sh4 knew any other ^ela'<^iv^%°V^J^! ^Jf ^^'t kSows 
stated that she knows there are other brothers, but knows 

nothing whatsoever about them. 



added to this that even if she did know 
not really want to tell anything about 

' stated, further, that she had \ffith- 
•acts concerning her knowledge of ALICE 
that she did not intend to furnish any 
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On August 17s. 1959, SAS VffiLCK and SPENCER 
interviewed I^s. ALICE tePLULOCK, VJhitehl^.5tL-BQapu_ 
Rural Route 1. Gilroy, California. She was advised that 
?S SnltSon ias dfsi^id regarding the whereabouts^^ 
her brother. FRANCIS PARKER YOCFJIY. Mrs. SPURLOCK 
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him for several years, but that in the event she did 

she would decline to furnish it to the interviewing 
Agents. 

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tion regarding him. ' 

^ A ^-i- on ioc;q flHHIHIwas reinterviewed 

t^s^f ^HUy appeSed fS be quite„tallcative and 
IS^nltSd'HKiWilrlbed as a "brochure" on herself, 
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She Indi cated 
to have a o"ob "wi^^^^ 

^^^^^^bJ stated that she took music lessons 
fvnm a mar^S^Ja^lck in Salinas, California. She 
thoSg^t^Sls man was having a nervous breakdown and 

^^'K^n^l Ifat"re"wfs%e?riS?y' poSld'^ , 

?? ^^e tSe sSe'me? h!S, hfSad'L Lney and -. a Pg^sical 
as well as mert al wreck. At this point, she fjated that 
l^e knew of no family of this man. She described him 
as very nervous and not knowing any people. 

She also recalled that he knew he was wanted 
for ouestianlnThy the Government. This individual left 
he? ?n OctSbe?^!, 1955, and she gave him the money .to enable 
hlS tS dep^t! She stated she did not accompany him. 
SSloSinl his departure, she received only one short 
? ii2!^ aS/ihi? iSter contained only the information 
J^^^^yiyiiy shoSd ?Sok SrALICffi SPURLOCK. According 

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^^^^^^^Jstated that, in her opinion, this .; 
man realized that he was doing his sisters no good, 
that he was the "bad apple in the barrel, . ^'^f^.J® .^^ 
had evidently matured and realizing this, he left with 
the intention of never bothering them again. She felt 
thit Sh!?e iS Sonterey he realized that he could do nothing 
but harm to his relatives. 

itflHlB continued that she knov;s that he 
never got TKISinfflh Mrs. VANETTE COYITE. He said he 

JSo SS wanted for interview mi^t behave. She described 
viv™ ?MT.i-hpi as a child genius who was spoiled by his 
5^1^^ ye^s y Sis father lost all his ^^^y/J^^^.^Jtm. 
SScet crash and f ollowln s this the f ather turned to drinking. 

.. ^y.:,„ nn'n^ Mfl^^^|H| Stated that the man 
she was talking abSSt/sh^SSr^TRICKARD ALLEN. At 
r^l t?Se his fither list his money, RICHARD was about 
f o^tSn yeL-s of age and this made a definite l^PresBion 
fourteen years ui ^ c-enius and would have developed, 
«??2.^diS; Hym^Hm f^f ^^^^^^ pianist, but 
ISSS^^SI s^il^^lffather lost his -ney RICHARD 
had an accident which injured his hand, cutting the 
tendons and definitely spoiling his chances of ever 
becoming a concert pianist. 

In regard to the note that she received from 
him after his departure, the only thing contained ^ 
the note was that if she needed an^Jiii^ygi,^^onection. 
up ALICE SPURLOCK. To the best of^PBiiill^^^e did -" 
this note was mailed somewhere on ^ReW^a^^e did 
not know what his destination was, but felt that he was 
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■■■^Hlstated that she did not know 

5Sn applied for a passport and used, possibly, her 
name and his sisters' as witnesses. 

She stated that she first met RJCHARD AII^ 
ft-h « T>artv and indicated that during her tUne in the 
SLLS ^ Lea sSe att ended many parties and met many 
f^Jf^^f^TBiiiiBMfciontinued that she personally 

s^ Sanan; vSiose name^she did not remember, had 
given him a "bad time. 

or E-rouDS in the Montere"/ Peninsula area. She aflaea 
?haf?he groups there did ^oS^^^^^.^^sani^ations ^t 
most of the individuals are "bums, and live lilce wiey 
do in Tahiti. 

She recalled that ALLEN did not Jo^™^^^^ . . . ^^ 

sif/siiBx^K „r?.f ro?^r.^Sora;s-?rrouriS.3 

vrtiereabouts. .;. 

At the time she first met him, he was having a,, 
aervous brayfovrn'^d acoordlns^o h.^ h ,^^^^, 

gained twenty-flye pounds She ge grated that vhile 
reminded her of *e poet BYROM ^\^-^, ^^^^^ ,f an 

^!d:rm*''*S;'dfd nof want tl so out «i^^°t^er^people 

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She stated that he Is highly emotional and 
nervous, possibly mentally ill, and would certainly be 
no asset to any organization. 

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V ri^ SHIi^^^cL not specifically identify them as ARNOLD, 
b hu^ndicated that they appeared to resemble 
RICHARD ALLEN, described above. 

'•" SP T-1 advised on June 12, 1959* that Mrs. 
ALICE SPURLOCK, Gilroy, tolifornia, is in touch with an 
individual by the name ofXCOYNES, 9202 Cedar Lane, 
Bethesda 4 , fta>^Yl ''"'^ - A ~ """""^^v %^ 

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Acent David C. Spencer, dated and captioned as above 
^ San^ancisco, has furnished reliable information 
in the past. 

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FROM 'J-p^AC ^OS ANGELES (105-2139) 






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Re New York report of SA THOMAS J. DOWLINQ 
dated July 30, 1959. 

Leads set out for Los Angeles at Inglewood, 
California in referenced report were previously covered 
by Los Angeles in the report of SA EWINQ G, LAYHEW dated 
March 11, 1959 at Los Angeles. 

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The following investigation was conducted by 
SA ROBERT W. WISEMAN at Palm Beach, Fla., on 9/10/59: 

, / '"W. S.iMAC PHERSON, Superintendent, U. S. Post 
Office, Station A' (protect) advised that Post Office Box 

.>^3.QJ._ ha8;l>een held'for' a number of years under the name 
of!^RAH, Incorporated, which foi;! some time has been the 
business, identity of DON BELL/.:'': f i j • ' 



For information, DONt'i^LL publishes a news pamphlet 

captioned, ']J|^JB•n^JSell Reports," the successor to the similar 

.;, pamphlet originally put out by UPTON CLOSE, captioned, '!closer- 

it^'U UP"«'"D0N BELL,'- GEORGE DEATHERIDGE and UPTON CLOSE were 

£i^5*^V^- ^formerly associated togethervand the publications put out /' - 

by them have been very strongly anti-Semetic . All were 

associated together a few years ago in an attempted formation 

of the "American First Committee of the Palm Beaches." 

UPTONr^LOSE has departed this area and now believed residing 

' in Mexico, GEORGE^EATtiERIDGE now resides within the . j.. 

Jacksonville Division. BELL now sole ^opera tor of the publishing^/ - ^^ 

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however, Chicago is requested to furnish photograph for 
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Character: REGISTRATION ACT; • " ' ^^« 
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t^lltrll>h%TiolmYnor coiid Serrecall'^rname of RICHARD 

ALLEN. 

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AT MONTEREY. CALIFORI^^IA: ' 

The follovfing investigation was conducted by SA ORVILLE 
N. MOi;^N, who interviewed the following individuals on 
September 10, 1959: 



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^^^^^^^ never eihployed a piano player namea RICHARD 
ALLEN. She stated the photograph of YOCKEY, ^^Jj^® J' .}951, 
is rather familiar, but she cannot state that J^J Jjidlvldual 
was a custQmftIL.2lLihe Glided Cage. She advised that the name . 
■■^■■■■■■■■to is not familiar to her. 

Ihis document oontalno neither recommendations nor conclusions 
of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI and Jf loaned to 
your agency; it and its contents are not to be distributed 
outside your agency. i 

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was a customer a t the Gilded Cage. JHIIBimHIHipiP 
mgggggl^glgl^tated that many customers would play the 
pJan^^h^SSded Cage when the featured entertainer was 
not playing. Oliey advised that she obtained her talent ffom 
booking agents, but felt certain that anyone with the name ALLEN 
had not played at her bar. 



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TO : DIRECTOR, KBI (105-8229) CONFlibf^TIAC ^''"' 10/30/5^* 

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J^OM : IJEGAT, BOHN (100-254) 








SUBJECT: FJRAHCIS PARKER YOCKEY, akA 

REGISTRATION ACT; 
/ IKTERHAL CECURITJf ACT OP 1950; 



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REGISTRATION ACT; 
INTERNAL SECURITY ACT OF 1950} 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS 

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ROM ! LEGAT, BONN (100-2^) 



\ SUBJECT: FRANCIS PARKER' YOCKEY, aka 
REGISTRATION ACT; 
INTERrlAL SECURITY ACT OF 1950; 
PASSPORT AKD VISA MATTERS 

00: CHICAGO 

Re Bonn letter to Bureau 10/30/59. 



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WHEhE SMOViW i>THERVr'lSE. 



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of the FBI. It is the property 
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SUBJECT: FRAI5CIS PARKER YOCKEr, aiJi. 
REGISTRATION ACTj 
IKTfcRKAL SECURITT ACT OF 1950; 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS 

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SAC, CHICAGO (100-25647) 

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FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY, Aka. 
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DATE OF REVIEW. 



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Extensive investigation has been conducted with 
negative results in the above areas in an effort to locate 
the subject. In addition, widespread investigation has been 
conducted in numerous other localities in this country to 
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subject, however, none of those individuals have been 
definitely established as identical with the subject. 
yOCKEY last was reported as possibly in the area of 
Los Angelas, California, in 1958 but investigation in . 
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stops against' the subject' have been placed -V v V 
and currently are in effect with the Inunigration and '^ - 
Naturalization Service and Passport Division of the State 
Department and have been non-productive. 

"^ Inasmuch as no positive information concerning 

the subject's whereabouts has been obtained since approximately 
1955, plus the fact that current leads appear to have been 
exhausted, it would appear that the only logical investigation 
at this point would be recontact^wlth all persons previously ! ; 
interviewed who had knowledge of" or could reasonably be -^ 

^expected to have some future contact with or knowledge of 
the subject. * However, such recontact cTf those most likely 
to be productive of pertinent information has been accomplished 
on several occasions in the past negatively. After a thorough 
review of this case, it is questionable in the opinion of 
this office whether or not same would in any way be productive 
and further, whether or not expenditure of such additional 
investigative effort would be! warranted. - ? 

Prior to requesting any additional investigation, 
the Bureau is requested to advise whether or not it is 
desired that this investigation be continued. . ' 



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nergaiive results in' ineeffort^ioeiocdte subjects - In ' 
addition, widespread investigation has been conducted in 
numerous other localities in this country to locate individual 
reportedly possibly identical with the subject; however, none 
of .those individuals has been definitely established as '^ 
identical with subject. Yockey last was reported as 
pigp^l-bly in area of Los Angeles, California, in 19^6 
but (investigation in that area has not substantiated 
\ this/^ysiops against subject have been placed and currently 
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Report of SA THOMAS J. DOWLING dated 4/30/59 

at New York, 

Los Angeles letter to Bureau dated 9/15/59. 

Miami letter to Bureau dated 9/24/59. 

Reports of SA DAVID C. SPENCER dated 8/28/59 

and 10/22/59 at San Francisco. 

Miami letter to Chicago dated 11/12/59. 

Letters from Legat, Bonn, to Bureau dated 

10/30/59, 12/31/59, 2/17/60, and 3/22/60. 

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AT CHICAGO, ILLINOIS . Will await decision of the Bureau 
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Rtpoftofi SA JOHN W. TOEDT 
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Tirlt. FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY, Aki.^ 



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DETAILS: AT CHICAGO. ILLINOIS 

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No record for the subject vss contained in the files 
of the Chicago Credit Burea u. Incorporated, when searched by 
■■■■■jjjljljjljj^^ the 

o^^nvestigative Clerk HARRY WILLIAM CROON. 



No record for the subject was' contained in the files 
of the Bureau of Records and Communications, Chi cago Polic e 

. . Department, w hen searched on April 13, 1960, by(_ 

L^C/f flHHHHI^*^ ^^^ request of Investigative Clerk 

'i*^ P. O.^ Box,2301, United States Post Office, Station • 

^j;.: : - A, Palm Beach, FlMJfda, has been held for a number of years 
f^l ^ under the name o«(^arah, Incorporated, which is the business 
♦ . identity of DOjr BELL. BELL is sole owner of a publishing 
\ liusiness which publishes an anti-Semitic news pamphlet captioned 

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On November 9, 1959, source viewed a photograph of 
FRANCIS PARKER TOCKEY and stated that YOCKEY is not identical 
with DON BELL and is unknown to him as an associate of BELL. 

(CG T-1, 9/10/59, 11/9/59) 

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received corresponoenc^iro^Tf^xiKRWiaua^oi^tne United States 
West Coast in which that individual liitlmate^h^^in touch 
with YOCKEY. According to the source , J|||[|||||HIHIB[recognizes 
the style of writing in that correspondence a^nSVIijgbeen 
written by YOCKEY himself. The source had no further information. 

(CG T-2, 9/29/59) 

P. 0. Box 1785, Chicago, Illinois, is held in the 
name of the Real Political Institute, MAYNARD O. NELSBN, sole 
owner, and has been so held since October 16, 1954. The purpose 
of the Real Political Institute is stated to be political- 
promotional. 

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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

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May A6 , 1960 






In Reply, Please 
Refer to File No. 
100-25647 



FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY, 

Also known as. 

REGISTRATION ACT; 

INTERNAL SECURITY ACT OF 1950; 

PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS 



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Reference Is made to the report of Special Agent 
John W. Toedt dated and captioned as above. 

Confidential informant CG T-1 utilized in referenced 
report is a source who holds a responsible position. 

Confidential informant CG T-2 utilized in referenced 
report has furnished reliable information in the past. 

Confidential informant CG T-3 utilized in referenced 
report is a source who holds a responsible position. 

Confidential informant CG T-4 utilized in referenced 
report has furnished reliable Information in the past 




This memorandum is loaned to you by the Federal Bureau 
of Investigation and neither it nor its contents are to be 
distributed outside the agency to which loaned. 



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DIRECTOR, FBI (105-8229) 
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FRANCIS PARKER IfOCKEY, aka.; CLASS. 4 ett. 
REGISTRATION ACTj 'ISA OP 1950; reason - i r 
PASSPORT AND' VISA' ;MATTERS DATE OF KEvlEW 
00: CHICAGO - ; ^'t -" 

FRANCIS PARKER YOOKEy was apprehended ^n a violation 
of the Selective Serv ice Act on -June' 6, I96O. He came to tne 
S'S'^eT^ioh of t li lT^rricF^s a result of*a~call from American 
Airlines when his bag was l*f t at .the airline without identifica- 
tion, American Airlines opened the ^ bag to determine if there 
would be any data contained ,'the',pej;Ln' which would identify the 
owner of the baggage. They noted that the baggage contained 
-passports and other document Sj ^nd they called this office. 
Examination of the documents by "^Agents of this Office reflected 
that there were four passports contained therein, which bore 
the photograph of Subject YOCKEY,, One was an American passport; 
one was a Canadian passport; one was a British passport, and 
one was a Gennan passport. Details of this information have 
been furnished to the Bureau mider the caption, "UNSUB; aka. 
Richard Hatch; ITSP; SSA, 1948; REGISTRATION ACT; ISA, 1950; 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS; RACIAL, MATTER. 

' Upon interview HATCH declined to identify himself 
or to give any explanation as toTfche possession of these passports. 
In view of the similarity of the'Wae on the German passport of 
FRANZ YORK, it was thought that' hemight be identical with Subject ~ 
YOCKEY. Agents, who interviewed HATCH,have positively identified 
hljn as being identical with the photograph of Subject YOCKEY. ^ 

At the time of hig Apprehension, HATCH had in his 
possession $2,276.90. The following is a list of Federal Reserve 
Notes contained in his possession:' j ^c €^--9 »0 g? 

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FRANCIS PARKEir YOCKEY , was 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS 
REGISTRATION ACT 
INTERNAL SECURITY ACT OF 1950 



SAC Auerbach, San Francisco, advised at 1:10 PM, June 9, 
1960, that m connection with the arraignment of «'f^JJ^* ^° P*^f" 
port violation charges, there had been a great deal of press In- 
terest and the press had indicated that inasmuch as they had not 
been able to secure what they considered «;"i"«°* ffd ^^ai they 
'would contact Washington on this matter. Auerbach said that they 
might be in touch with the State Department and t^^at t^ey also 
would probably be in touch with the Bureau and he therefore 
wanted to alert the Bureau to. possible press inquiries. 

Auerbach said that in accordance with M''- R°«!j'?J^J"!^! 
he submitted a detailed summary by alrtel which left San Fran- 
cisco late on the afternoon of June 8th. 



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receiving in San Francisco and of the fact that the press mighty 
be contacting the Bureau for information. C. 







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^ It vill be appreciated if you wooLLd furnish us copies of 

thereports submitted to your Bureau concerning the above subject ^ 

who is charged in the Northern District of California with assaultirgvir, w.c.SuUivan 
a federal agent and with passport violations* 

We will also appreciate your informing us whether 
information in yoxir files indicates that Yockey is a serious 
offender or an individual whose tactivitieB have been characterized 
by irrational behavior. * .*ii < •> * 



Telo. Kocm. 

Mr. Ingram 

Miss GanJy 



The Assistant United States- Attorney who is handling this ^ ": 
case also anticipates -an effort iwilL be «iade to reduce the bail of S^^ ^^}\i'<'/'^ 
$5C,000. In order to^ resist the jnotipn/ the Assistant desires to ^ w 
be informed 'whether your Bureau. would authorize a disclosure of the 
facts respecting the alleged. Sil.ver; Shirt activities of this subject. 

lour fearly attention .to. this request will also be appreciated. 












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. IaSSPORT AND VISA MATTER; V nrnnw IQ r''"! A^=^.;R 

■^^^SSTHATION ACT; ' ' ' '^. .'HEREIN IS ^'^-^A othuU 

INTERKAL fiECUHTrY ACT Of IWO V ' DATE JtAe^^^BX^^^^^s^^ 

' ^ ' With reference to yoar memorandum of June 10, 1960, : ^ T^ ■ ; 
requesting copies of reports concerning Francis ParJter Yockey who ■ ; % 
is charged in the Northern District of California ivlth assaulting a 
Federal officer and with passport violations, it is noted that these 
off eases occurred on June 6, 1«60. The investigative reporU incor- 
porating inlormaUon developed are being prepared by our ean^|rancisco 
QfUoe, and copies will be forwarded to you immediately opoa thgk: 
receipt la Washington, 0. C. Your attenUon is specificaUr^irerted 
to the fact that the passport vlolaUoa was handled by the Dep^rtaMat of 
State; and sddiHonal laforxnaUoa U thU r^ard may be ai^iU^e '&^yoa 
thro^ that Department. .- 1 " . y^% ^ 

-,-. — Your memorandum also requests whether informat^a in 

^the flies of this Bureau indicates that Yockey is a serious offender or 
i< an Ifldividual whose activities ^vw l>een chsxacteriaed by irrational - 
] behi^ar. While cstenslve background information concerning Yockey ' ^;. 
; iB set^ forth la investigative reports which have been subisiitted to the ' 
^ g)epitrtment in connecUon with our investigation of possible violations 
'^ th£^aegi8traUon Act and the Internal Security Act of 1950, It is noted 
tliat the Assaulting a Federal Officer offense is predicated upon an 
: aggravated injury to one of our Ageots which has required ezt^s^^ 
aedieil and hospital care and, acco r din g l y , such an oifense «-^~'»' 
88 most Mrloos. \a ^'^ 

Yon have advised thaitbe Assistant U. S 
ihLi matteibf^slres to be inlormedwhether facts respecUng the aUeged 
SlBerWS'acUviUes of this subject ipaybe disclosed. In this connecUon 
it appears that reference It made to facts developed in the registration 

A|t5t4em»l Security Act ol 1950 investigaUon. We will defer to the 

:HEC[IDWtart<a#it»8 opinionrA|» |t« U^ ^tfrM^Oglity cf disclosing such informaUon. 
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Service Act-1948 violaUons in captioned matter. Case should be 
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FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY, VJAS., PASSPORT AND VISA KATTER, AFO. 

SUPMT FOUR COPIES OF REPORT AMSD TO ARRIVE AT THE BUREAU BY 

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FRANCIS PARKEiryOCKEY, aka '' ' 
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REGISTRATION ACT; INTERNAL 
SECURITY ACT OP, 1950 

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: URGENT ,®5r60 11-50 AM CB 

ZiicTOR, FBI /105-8229/ AND SAC, SAN FRANCISCO 
SAC, CHICAGO /100-256i»7/ IP ^ . 

raANCIL_PARKE_R^OCKEY, AKA, RA, AFO, P AND V M, ISA, FIFTY. RE SAN 
^f" RANCISCO TEL JUNE FOURTEEN LAST. CHICAGO FILE REFLECTS ON SEPT. 

TWELVE, NINETEEN FIFIY TWO, PSYCHIATRIST, VA, 
$/ rCNTAL HEALTH DEPT., BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, DESCRIBED YOCKEY AS PARANOID 
. - TfPE WITH PERSECUTION COMPLEX. AND IN HIS PROFESSIONAL OPINION, 
^ .BASED OSL CLOSE OBSERVATION, A PARANOID PSYCHOPATH. NO ADDITIONAL ^Jj^^ 

PENTAL'OR SUICIDAL INFO OTHER THAN AS IN SUMMARY REPORT, SA BOGSTAD, JULY 
i: EIGHT, 'ijINETEEN FIFTY FOUR, CONTAINED CHICAGO FILES. 
I QORR LINE THREE SHD READ 

TVELVEi^NINETEEN FIFTY TWO, DR. WARREN JOHNSON, PSYCHIATRIST, VA. 

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dated 6/9/60. *"^' ":" 

In referenced teletype Chicago was ^^^Vf^^^^^^^^lJ^f 
to San Francisco any pertinent In^of^^^J^.S'^ ^ YOCKE^^-not 
presently in the possession of San Francisco. 

instructions: 

"If subject located, interview should he conducted 
-• bv two experienced agents who are thoroughly familiar 
with oriS? investigation in this case. Interview 
Should be alSId at^developins Pertinent information 
concerning subject's activities and contacts in 
PasclsrSovement both in the United fates and 
••• - ^ abroad, as well as details concerning YOCKEY's 
'•''^ travel during recent years to include an exact 
description of travel documents -held by subject, 
in 1953 an informant of the New York Office advised^, 
that subject was" in- possession of a false passport*- 
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the stare Departm ent receivea im'onnation during 
July of 1953 indicating that subject, who^wa^^^\^ 
then reported to be in Cairo, Egypt, was In )J^_ 
poBsesBion of two American passports, one-oTJ^^^ — 
which he was' allegedly, att^^pting to sell. 

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fcmay be mentally unbalanced, and that he was , 
Wionorably discharged from the United States 
Army in 1943 by reason of dementia praecox, 
paranoid type with- delusions of persecution. 
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Although YOCKEY has not been cooperative to date, and it 
is unlikely that he will be receptive to an interview, it is ce- 
ilevSd desirable that effortS;be made to interview him in the near . 
future regarding his activity and contacts pertaining to Fascist 
and^racial matters. ..../ ;\y,..;;^ , ," > • •• ; ■; • -• •. •, * '. 

< The Bureau and Chicago are requested .to advise San Francisco- 
of any additional specific matters,' "concerning which YOCKEY should be 
questioned, in addition to those items mentioned In the above- 
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in refairte2 ahou2d, be fo22owed lohen subject is 
interviewed. It is desired, however, that this 
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:i Bi>i«HICH WAS m .CMIKm^lBAOJpO^TAlpP; AKONG;?Timir,aiiINOS . 
"isEBICAH^EXH^^A'THAyELERS; CHECKS :PA^^ RICHARD HAKH.5 .. • ^ 

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*'CHEC^;0F RICHARD HATCH. FOOR-.TWO.OSE^BAROmiE STREET, SEW- 
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6-5-60 7-A3 AM CST TEW - 
^RECTOR , FBI, AND SAC-S BALTIMORE, LOS ANGELES, NEW 
SAN FRANCISCO, SEATTLE, AND WASHINGTON FIEJ.D 
FROM SAC DALLAS f^^f] HC('^- fl'\/'ljjf;_ ' 
UNSUB, AKEA, RICHARD HATCH, -ITSP, S.F.'OO, 
SOURCE AT AMERICAN AIRLINES, FT,' WORTH,i.ADVISED GRAY SAMSONITE, TWO 
SUITOR BAG ARRIVED EVENING JUNE .3 .-AT CARTER FIELD FLIGHT 637 FROM 
WASV^GTON, D.C. BEARING AA CHECH NUMBER M ZERO SEVEN DASH NINE 
ZERO DASH ^E SIX DESTINED OKLAND, CAUFORNIA. FLIGHT NUMBER 637 
•- WAS DELAYED WAHSINGTON , D C AND- INSTANT- FLIGHT WAS TERMINATED FT. WORT'- 
WHERE ALL PASSENGERS WERE URGED TO PICK-UP lAGGAGE, BUT INSTANT BA¥ WAS 
NOT CLAIMED. BAG CONTAINED THESE-ITEMS,^ ITALIAN PORTABLE OLIVETTI 



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I960, DINER- S CLUB CRp!J.,g^^ NUMBER FOUR P NINE FIVE TWREE SEVEN 
BEARING NAME BERRY R. BRANNDN, NINE TWENTY-FIVE GEARY ST, SF, PHOTO- 
1 GRAPHIC BIRTH CERTIFICATE FOR H ARRY FRA NCISJSHANNON BORN JULY THrK^ 

!| : i513, IjILLARD, wash., CALIF. DJI^VERS XIg» 21M THREE SIX NINE N^- 

t : ONE FIVE FOR SHANNON, NINE TWENTY- FIVE-€EARY ST., S.F., BANK 

^ AMER I CARD INTERNATIONAL CREDTI' CARD, MTR. REGIS. CERTIFICATE, VOTERS 

• REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE POLITIctftAFFILITIATED CONATION PARTY, | 

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I : A SAN FRANCISICO PUBLIC LIABARY CARD FOR SWANNON. X)THER ITEMS j 

• WERE PHOTOGRAPIC COPY BIRTH CERTIFICATE FOR JA CK PETER FOREST, JULY TWC 

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1921, CHICAGO, ILL., CALIFORNIA DRIVERS ' LICENSE NUMBER G SIX THREE ^ 



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.1 : ONE FOUR FOUR FIVE FOR FOREST,- -SIX THREE SIX ZERO BREYN MAWR, HOLLYWOOD^ 
I t.. •- CALIF., DESCRIPTION ON LI C. 'FIVE FEET NINE, ONE HUNDRED FIFTY FIVE, i 

BRW HAIR AND BRW EYES, LIABRARYCARD BELLINGWAM, WASH., ALSO SS CARD, f 

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LIQUOR PERMIT CARD, ADULT EDUCATION .SCHOOL MEMBERSHIP FOR FOREST AS | 

'^; ... ONE FIVE SEVEN FIVE WEST TWENTY .SECOND-ST. , LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 

i OTHER MISC. ITEMS INCLUDED CANANADIA PASSPORT FIVE DASH ZERO EIG^T THrE 

% V EIGHT THREE ZERO ISSUED MAY THIRTY FIRST>a960, WASH .., D.C., TOP | 

% CHARLES MONTAGUE BLACK, BORN NIAGARA FALLS, ONTARIO CANADA, OCCUPATION |^ 



\ ART APPRAISER, RECEIT NUMBER SIX THREE SEVEN NINE. THREE ISSUED BY US ^ 

PO, STATION NUMBER SIXTY THREE ./^T BALT., MD., MAY TWENTY SIX, I960 TO i 

C. M. BLACK, SHERATON- BELVEDERE FOR PACKAGE ADDRESSED TO CANADIAN f 

; EMBASSY, 1746 MASS AVE, NORTH WEST, WASH, D. C, RECFI T BORE NOTATION |^ 

IN INK ON REVERSE SIDE HENRY BLACKr 220 GRAND, ALLEE, TELEPHONE L 

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BRITISh!paSSPORT C one eight five five four six issued AUG TEN, 
I959 TC| gICHAEL JOSEPH TAYLOR BY BRITISH CONSUL lENERAL AT SAN FRA^SCO 
^1-4* LETTER DATED JULY SIXTEEN, 1959, FROM CONSULATE OF IRELAND 6Sl MARKET 

(. :. ST, SAN FRANCISCO, ADDRESSED TO TAYLOR OF 1790 STEWART ST AT RENO, NEV. 

l : ' REPLYING TO TAYLOR-S APPLICATION FOR flRISH PASSPORT. TAYLOR-S 

■i ■:■ APPLICATION CONTAINED THE REFERENCE ALEX SCHARF 2A01 SACRAMENTO, 

I J SAN FRANCISCO, US PASSPORT NUMBER EIGHT SEVEN EIGHT THREE EIGHT FOUR 

ISSUED f95A TO EDWARD MAX BRICEMAN BORN JUNE TWENTY, W1», AT RICHMOND, 

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.MARRIAGE CERT. OF PURPORTED MARRIAGE tj;6VJ1ICHAEL JOSEPH TAYLOR TO ^OFELIA 
R0DIQUE2 AT VIRGINA CITY, DATE AND AND -STATE NOT KNOWN. VOTERS REGIS- 
TRATION CERTIFICATE, OFELIA RODIQUEZ, 2400 SCRAMENTO ST., SF, POLICATI- 
CAL PREFRENCE CONSTITUTION PARTY, AND SO.CIA-LEECURITY CARD FOR OFELIA, 
PHOTOGRAPHIC COPY BIRTH CERTIFICATE FOR CHILD "LOPEZ* BORN NOV. 
FIVE, 1930, AT SACRAMENTO, CAL^F,, iPARENTS ARE JULIAN LOPEZ AND 
LUZ HARRARA, SS CARD FOR FRANCIS YOBCK.V. . 

SOURCE ADVISED THAT LATE ON JUNE FOUR, ;AA. RECEIVED TRACER FROM SAN 
FRANCISCO ADVISING INEIVIDUAL HATCH WHO DECLINED TO FURNISH ADRESS CON- 
TACTED S.SF. OFFICE OF AA SEEKING INSTANT^BAG. HE TOLD AIRLINES 
THAT FLIGHT NUMBER 637 WAS DELAYED WASHINGTON, D.C. , BECAUSE OF MFC"- 
ANICAL DIFFICULTIES AND HE WAS RE-ROUTED TO MIDWAY AIRPORT, CHICAGO ON 
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TIME TO RECHECK HIS BAGGAGE AT WASH.., D.C., SOURCE ADVISED THAT INSTANT 
BAG WILL BE SHIPPED UNDER AA CHECK NUMBER THREE FOUR DASH ONE SDpASH . 
SEVEN TWO LEAVING CARTER FIELD FLIGHT NUMBER 637 AT 3-4 5 PM SUNDAY JUNE j 
FIVE ARRIVING IN ^LAND, CALIF, AT 9-00 PM QkLAND TIMr« o" < ^^T) j 
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CALIF. RE HATCH'S PLAN TO PICK UP BAG AT d^LAND. BECAUSE OF NUMEROUS ! 
SUSPICIOUS DOCUMENTS IT APPEARS UNSUB MIGHT BE INVOLVED IN ITSP VIOLATION; 
THEREFORE, BA, LA, NO, SE, AND VFO REQUESTED TO CHECK NAMES APPEARING j 
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UNLESS PASSPORT FRAUD PERTIl^NT TO Oim CASE. SUGGEST BUREAU 

CONSIDER AUTHORIZING W ASH INGOT FIELD , CHECK WITH BRITISH AND 

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'UNSUB, AKA., RICHARD «ATCH, U&W. M PAV^S TEL JUNE FIVE LAST. 
UHSUB HATCH WAS CONTACTED RE CONXWS.fiE.SUITCASE. REFUSED TO 
DISCUSS HIHSELF OR CONTENTS Or,,BAC,„AI,APPROXIM^TELY THREE ONE 
'zero P.m. THIS DATE UNSUB ATTEMPTEp.TP ,J.«VE RESIDENCE WHERE 
INTERVIEW WAS TAKING PLACE. UNSpB WAS, DETAINED AND BOOKED OAKLA] 
CITY JAIL. OAKLAND. CALIFORNIA. Am? PROSECUTION WAS AUTHORIZE^ 
EOR UNSUB-S FAILURE TO REGISTER .UK^ER. SE,LECTIVE SERVICE ACT, ONE 
ZERO FOUR EIGHT. A REVIEW OF .UN?UBr^ BAG. REVEALED FOUR PASSPORTS 
ALL IN DIFFERENT NAMES BUT ALL CONTAmNG PH^O^ f^^_^ ^JJ 
RE TEL REFLECTS THREE PASSPORTS, THE A-^nl^ONAL^PASSmr IS GERMAN 
IN NAME OF VORCH. BRITISH COr®.L, SAN FRANCISW^ApyiSE^ERSON 
APPLIED FOR PASSPORT AUGUST SEVEN ONE NINE FIVE NINE UNDER NAME 
MICHAEL JOSEPH TAYLOR GIVING SAN FRANCISCO ADDRESS. THIS PERSON 
eUIMED BRITISH AND IRISH CITIZENSHIP ON BASIS THAT FATHER WAS 
BRITISH.SUBJECT BORN IN IREUND WHEN ^J^^JJ^^^ ^;'''"\f 

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ALTHOUGH TAYLOR BORN IN U^ . "^TES WAS A BRITISH SUBJECT AS 
A DUAL clTIZEN. BRITISH PASSPOk. . P ME EIGHT FIVE FIVE FOUR 
SIX ISSliD AUGUST TEN ONE NINE FIVE NINE, SAN FRANCISCO, TO TAYLOR, 
TAYLOR I^IED TO OBTAIN BRITISH PASSPORT FOR OPHELIA RODRIGUEZ WHO 
CLAIMED TO HAVE MARRIED IN NEVADA. BRITISH CONSUL UNABLE TO VERIFY 
THIS MARRIAGE AND REFUSED TO ISSUE PASSPORT, CONSUL WAS SUSPICIOUS 
OF TAYLOR AND NOTIFIED AND FORWARDED TAYLOR-S PASSPORT FILE TO BRITISH 
EMBASSY IN D.C. STATED ALSO ADVISED BRITISH FOREIGN OFFICE 
TO CHECK ON TAYLOR IF AND WHEN TAYLOR ENTERED BRITAIN. STATE 
DEPARTMENT, PASSPORT DIVISION, SAN FRANCISCO, AWARE OF FRAUDULENT 
PASSPORT IN POSS|SSION OF UNSUB. OFFICES RECEIVING THIS TEL EXPEDITE 
COVERAGE OF ALL LEADS IN RE TEL. ATTEMPT TO LOCATE ALL PERSONS 
LISTED IN RE TEL FOR INTERVIEW RE THEIR CONNECTION WITH UNSUB HATCH 
OR HOW THEIR IDENTIFICATION WAS IN HIS POSSESSION. BUREAU REQUESTED 
TO AUTHORIZE WASHINGTON FIELD OFFICE TO CONTACT BRITISH AND CANADIAN 
EMBASSYS RE PASSPORTS DESCRIBED IN THIS TEL AND IN RE TEL. 



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UNSUB/AKA;-RicHARD-HATCH. ifsPi-REGI^TRATION ACT.. INTERNAL 

SECURITY ACT, NINETEEN FIFTY. PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS. RACIAL 
MATTER. REMYTEL JUNE SIXTH LAST. ^ UNSUB, HATCH BELIEVED IDENTICAL 
JtflTH FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY, FBI .NUMBER JOUR FOUR NINE NINE FOUR 
ZERO FIVE, BUFILE ONE ZERO FIVE DASH.illQHT TWO TWO NINE, CHICAGO 
FILE ONE HUNDRED DASH TWO FIVE SIX FOUR SEVEN. FOR INFORMATION 
CHICAGO. AND MEMPHIS, UNSUB-S SUITCASE WAS OPENEd'bY AMERICAN 
AIRLINES AND FOUND TO CONTAIN NUMEROUS IDENTIFICATIONS ^OF PERSONS 
OTHER THAN IN NAME HATCH. WHEN UNSljB CLAIMED SUITCASE, WAS^ 
INTERVIEWED BUT SAID NOTHING. UNSUB I>"*^^V H^TERV^E^TTEMPT 
TO RUN BUT WAS RESTRAINED. HE WAS, /pi l?£l^5^£cEDJNj^^ 
OAKLAND POLICE DEPT., FOR FA I LURiO^TO^ .REGISTER ,55^^^ g?W"'«^' °^ 
AUTHORIZATION AUSA. FOR INFORMATION OFvBUREAU, UNSUB l^^T^ 
ATTEMPTED TO CALL COMMANDER COYNE WHO IS .KNOWN TO. >BE BROTHER IN 
LAW OF YOCKEY AND WHO WAS UNCOOPERATIVE^ WHEN INTERVIEWED BY BUREAU 
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;: «ENTS RECARDING YCCKZY. m IN.O Of »UR«U. THE STATE »EPAET«ENT 
; AT SAN FRANCISCO IS SEINC KEPT 'aWARE OP THE DEVELOPMENTS AND THEY 
i ARE BEING ADVISED THAT THEY CAN HAVE THE AMERICAN PASSPORT UNSUi 
■ ■ «.TCH HAD IN HIS POSSESSION. SAN PRANCISCO WIU ATTEMPT TO KEEP 
1 POSSESSION or THIS PASSPORT In'oRDER THAT H MAY .E SUBMITTED TO 
i C ■ „H u. FOR EXAMINATION. PASSPORT OFPICE. SAN FRANCISCO «ILL BE 
I * ADVISED THIER HEADOUARTERS IN WASHIN^ON CAN OBTAIN -^^^^^^^ 
f '^ BUREAU EXAMINATION AT WASHINGTON. IF DESIRABLE. BUREAU REQUESTED 

i V „ IMMEDIATELY COMPARE FINGERPRINTS SUBMITTED OF UN SUB, HATCH 
i^ - • WITH THOSE OF YOCKEY. CHICAGO 'fURN,SH LATEST INFORMATION RE 

VOCKEY-S ACTIVITIES. MEMPHIS FURNISH SAN FRANCISCO WITH PHOTO OF 
KNOWN MEMBERS OF THE PATRIOTS AsJoTHERS. HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED IN 
SAN FRANCISCO AS ASSOCIATES OF UNSUB.. H«CH. PHOTOS OF UNSUB 
RICHARD HATCH BEING SENT PHOENIX ^AND DENVER SEPARATELY FOR 
SHOWING TO WITNESSES IN UNSUB, ^ CHARLES BLACK, ITSP, 

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RE<:iSTRATI^cini;r«NETEEN nrrV. PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS. 

.R.C:A. «ATT«. re Sr TELETVPE-TOBAY. COSE LIAISON IS BEINC MAINTAINED 

«1TH THE STATE DEPARTMENT, PASSPORT^ DIVISION, SF AND ALL FACETS THIS 
CASE PEHTAININC TO PASSPORT VIOLATION ^KAVE BEEN BURNISHED TO PASSPORT 
- DIVISION, S.. THEV REOUESTED TKE'AnERlt'AN PASSPORT FOUND IN POSSESSION 
or UNSUB IN ORDER TO CONDUCT EXAMNATION. THEV INDICATED PASSPORT 
WOULD BE FORWARDED TO THEIR HEADQUARTERS, WASHINGTON, D. C. AND THAT 
THEY WOULD REQUEST BUREAU LAB -rCT CONDUCT OTHER EXAMINATIONS. AMERICAN 
PASSPORT HAS BEEN GIVEN TO STATE DEPT.,^^F. FOR THE INFO OF BUREAU, ^ 
UNSUB TELEPHONICALLV CONTACTED SdSTER,-M.S. COYNE, MONTEREY. CALIF.^ 

■ WIPE OF COMMANDER WILLIAM D. COYNE. _ PRESENTLY IN WASHINGTON, D. C. 

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UNSUB, AKA., RICHARD HATCH, ITSP. SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE OF ORIGIN. 
RE DALLAS TEL TO BUREAU DATED JUNE FIVE LAST. FINCERPRINTLOF 
UNSUB HATCH B EING FORW ARDED TO IDENTIFICATION . DIVISION VIA CAPTAIN 



OF TWA JET FLIGHT SIX TWO LEAVING SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL 
AIRPORT AT NINE THREE^ZeW P.M. THIS DATE AND ARRIVES AT 
WASHINGTON DASH BALTIMORE AIRPORT AT NINE ONi ZERO A.M. JUNE SEVEN 
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IDENTIFICATION DIVISION. IDENTIFICATIONJIVISION REaUESJiTD JO 
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UNSUB, AKA, RICHARD HATCH, ITSP. ^REURf E£ SIXTH INSTANT AND FINGERPRINTS 
'rICHARD hatch IDENTICAL FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY, FBI FOUR FOUR NINE 
NINE FOUR NAUGHT FIVE. BORN SEPTEMBER "ONE EIGHT, ONE SEVEN CHICAGO 
ILLINOIS, FIVE FEET NINE, ONE TOUR ^FIVE POUNDS, EYES BROWN, HAIR DARK 
BROWN. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA JAIL WASHINGTON DC DECEMBER FOUR FIVE LARGE 
FOUND NOT GUILTY, DISCHARGED. ' FINGERPRINTED BY US ClVlL SERVICE 
COMMISSION AND FINGERPRINTS RECEIVED IN IDENTIFICATION DIVISION AUGUST 
FIVE ONE, APPOINTED TO POSITION OF SENS., DEPARTMENT OF ARMY, 
STUTTGART, MILITARY POST, APO ^)NE FIVE tOUR NEW YORK CITY. LISTED 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS SEVEN TWO TWO ^JUNIOR' TERRACE,' CHICAGO. NOT WANTED 
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UNSUB, AKA, RICHARD HATCH, ITSP,' OFFICE OF ORIGIN- SAN FRANCISCO. 
RE SAN FRANCISCO TEL JUNE SIX LAST. ' FOR YOUR INFORMATION, UNSUB 
-POSSIBLY IDENTICAL WITH QUOTE UNSUB/ AkA, CHARLES BLACK, BEN F. 
HOVE, ROGER KOORE DASH FUGITIVE, *ITSP CLOSE QUOTE IN VHICH SAN 
FRANCISCO IS OFFICE OF ORIGIN, PARENSAN FRANCISCO FILES EIGHT SEVEN 
DASH THREE FOUR EIGHT ONE AND EIGHT SEVEN 'DASH ONE THREE THREE SIX 
THREE CLOSE PAREN. ASCERTAIN IF IDENTICAL. YOU VILL BE ADVISED 
SEPARATELY REGARDING SEARCH OF FINGEI^PRINTS OF UNSUB= THROUGH 
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JBaronne l^otel'Tdt 421 Baronne Street, advised 
(called Mr. and Mrs.r'HATCH very well; that she • 
had gotten to know them during ttheir stay at the hotel. 
She stated her records reflected that Mri and Mrs. RICHARD 
HATCH had registered at the hdtei "as RICHARD HATCH and 
.wife, 765 Sutter, San Pranclsctf/ California, on 1/22/60. 
She stated that during the ii» stay ^there^ 'Mrs. HATCH, whom 
she knew as PAT, apparently worked' somewhere in the City ■ 
of New Orleans, but that she had' ^ever'Tpeen able to ' 
deteiTOine where. She stated Mrs. HATCH le^t early in 
the morning practically every May andi'etumed to the 
•hotel at various times from ab'dUt 11:00'A,M. and never 
any later than 5:00 P.M. She stated that she has asked Mr. • 
HATCH where Mrs. HATCH was working, and he had infoiroed her 
that she was working as a baby sitter artd nurs^^Q^^friend«B 
children while the friend was in the hospiital^HH^BIHH||| 
stated that all during the time' that they stayed at ' the" hotel, 
Mr. HATCH spent practically ev^ry'd&y In'the room typing and 
that She had asked him what he" was typing and he had advised 
her that he was typing his thesis' tbg^ifhis Master's Degree, 
but had not Indicated from what'school-'dr what type- of Master's 
Degree. She stated that she w&iS^JUSt a^ little curious and had 
asked the maid to check the HATCHs '.trash tp- see" if he had 
possibly ruined some pages and .t^reW" th'6m away, and that^the 
maid informed her that there wei'5''jrjeye;i',5^ny typed pages 
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^flflHJBHHinformed; that this couple appeared 
very odd fiTOiatarthe time'ofr:Jjheiy af rival he had indicated 
to her that he was a free-lancS"phot6gr6l>her, "but she had 
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that she had never observed any photographic equipment 
in the room and further that she, the maid, was never 
allowed in the room unless Mr. HATCH was present. She stated 
that Mr. HATCH spoke some French, and that his wife spoke 
French very fluently and that Mrs . HATCH talked with a " "' 
European, probably French, accent.JHlHl|||||||pstated . 
^ that Mr. HATCH advised that his' wir^5as an American citizen 
^ . ^ but that she had been raised In Belgiiim.' She stated that 
« Mr. HATCH had indicated a desire to learn more about 
I Louisiana or New Orleans folk lore and customs, indicating 
* tha^Dossibly his thesis was qn this; however, when she, 
^^IHHHHl^^^ invited Mr. BndMrs."*-HATCH to accompany 
erToaMaral Gras Carnival Ball,' the 'offer had been 
refused and that the HATCHs had'^apparently left New Odeans 
Just prior to Carnival day, which seemed' unusual In that 
if he, Mr. HATCH, was interested iin' Louisiana or New ■/.■"" 
Orleans folk lore and customs ,'"'lt would' appear that the" 
\ . Mardi Gras and Carnival day would' have^^been a highlight " 
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](?*«>. ^■mBimip described the HATCHs as very. ^ ' 
ji r riVthrifty, irugaj. people who spent very, little money.' 
i;' ,- -^ ^h® stated that they had an apajrfcment type room- in which 
ij J: they could do their own cooking,'*' however; she never observed 
ij j;; ■ them take in but a very small i>ag of groceries at any one 
time and that when they left, they had left absolutely 
nothing in the room. She stated' that during the period 
they were there, which was approximately a month, she 
'\ ; ^oes not recall them receiving any mail whatsoever," but 

■»: I that he went out practically every day-'Wlth a large rbrown 

\- ^ envelope, which appeared to be prepared'' for mailing and 
I J. returned without it indicating ttr her that he was going 
^ 4. to the Post Office. She informed that'on two or three 

occasions, Mr. HATCH had questioned- her as to whether she 
owned any property outsi de the City of New Orleans, and 
that Bhe,J[^H|HBp had indicated to him that she , 
owned a fani^utsiae New Orleans and on each occasion,' 
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that she did. flHIHBHlladvlsed that during their stay 
^-K there, they had made n^outgolng calls and to her knowledge 
iTI-y had not received any calls at the hotel. She stated that 
they had appeared at the hotel on approximately I/18/60 
Inquiring about rDoms, but had not taken them but had returned 
I ; on 1/22/50 and taken the room and had stayed until 2/25/60, 
I v She stated that she did not know what mode of transportation 
1 :%:- they used when they arrived but she did. observe that they 

i :; had with them ten pieces of luggage,, which appeared to be 
■^ very expensive, and practically new, and she recalls Mr. 
I HATCH counting them at the tlirie they registered into the 
i -t hotel. She stated that this also seemed strange to her 
' - .inasmuch as both of them" appeared "to' have very few clothes 
J that he generally wore a suit when he came out and. as. far 
.i ', as she can recall, only wore two differ.ent suits, and had 
ji \ . one top coat which he wore; and that Mrs. HATCH was constantly 
•\ seen in a white leather coat, w^ite'shoes, and white beret, 

'.: She stated that they both worjS'yery*' light colored, light 
]^ '-weight clothing which appeared 'to be summer clothing which 

•! also seemed odd due to the fact of the chilliness of the 

weather during that period. She" advised that they checked 
, «: out of the hotel on 2/25/60 sometime during the early 
\ I afternoon and took a cab to the airport, and that Just prior 

to leaving Mrs. HATCH had asked'Mr. HATCH If he had everything 
at xvhich time he exhibited an airline ticket envelope which 
|{ ^ indicated to her that they were flying somewhere. She. 
-'-* ... stated that «t this time she asked .them if they wanted to 
i. leave a forwarding address and Mr. ^HATCH Informed that they 
i" had taken care of this and dld'^tiot wish. to leave a forwarding 
v^ address. She stated, however, ^tl^t lahqrtly thereafter,. the 
-' clerk on the desk had received "a longdistance call from 
;i ' Washington, D.C, from a man who said he was Mr. HATCH and 
^. was expecting some Important mail possibly to arrive at 
f the hotel, and that it should be^^ocwarded care of General 
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described her as the Greta Garbo type. She described Mr. 
HATCH as a white male in his early 30*3, about 5 '11 , 
weight approximately I70 to I80 pounds, dark brown hair, 
fair complexion, very neat dresser, anid always wore a gray 
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J>'^TS at th4 DeSoto and registered Sri'-lAV60 and had checked out 

VTl-*^ on 1/18/60, leaving no forwarding address. He stated that 
- during their stav there they had made one telephone call 

to JAckson 5-544i. He stated that he could furnish no 
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Lane, New Orleans, Louisiana, 

On 6/B/60 Mr. J, J. ZARZA, Post Office Inspector, 
New Orleans, Louisiana, advised that a check of records or 
the main branch of the Post Office reflected no record of a 
Post Office box rented by RICHARD HATCH, however, they 
had received change of address catjs for HATCH for the 
following addresses: 

The first was I716 St. Charles Street, this was 
chanced on 2/9/60 to M21 Baronne Street, and on 3/29/00 
received S cringe of address from 421 Baronne Street 
5ew Orleans, Louisiana, to 316 North Charles Street care 
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Charles Street, and that the name of RICHARD HATCH was not 
familiar to him. He stated that this address had been 
a restaurant for approximately the last 25 years and that 
It was owned and managed by Mr. JAMES J. PLAUCHE, JR., 
^ who resides at 533 Toulouse Street, but that Mr. PLAUCHB 
was presently in California, exact whereabou*-.8 unknowri, on 
vacation. He stated that he had been at Dun bar's 
•< Restaurant for approximately the last five yjars and that 
i he had never heard of a RICHARD HATCH, and n^nailhad bem 

received at that address for RICHARD HATCH. •^■HHpescribed 
LMCf PLAUCHE as a white male, approximately 30 to 35, abou^5«l^, 
"^ MTk 170 to 180 pounds, dark brown hair, fair complexion. ^paHH 
• i)^ stated that he did not believe that there was anyone at533 
Toulouse at this time and that he did not know the exact 
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^v::r ;?ouch with htS they were to call Mrs. MARY HUNT at JA 5-l602 

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Public Relations for Mr. PLAUCHE, JR., and^^hat P^AUCHE, JR. - ; 

-had left his itinerary for his vacation w?i«h ^-^^J^^H^o 
-.he would be in San Francisco until approximately 6/15/60. 

She stated that he had not left the name of the hotel where 
■ he would be staying, but had mentioned that he may stop at 

tSe jack tIv MoLl on Vaness Jvenue San Francisco She 

V -e??h" ?h/san Franci8co= Police or,, the Highway f ^^^JV^h i « ^' ''^^^ 
K'^'V: .^ '?G^?sh'them with a description. x)f his automobile which Is . y . 
■Jt^/jxvJ^'*^ a -1958 Lincoln Continental; white in color, bearing La. . .. . 
^^^'^'■^ l^^^^^^r 111-5^2.: Mrs. HUUT stated .this was her only . • , 
■^'* '■ means^^of^cont^ JR.- Mrs. HUNT advised^that .. 

-=V^. ^^^--she SafseeS ?Se afternoon paper carrying ^^e Photograph ..... 
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FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY was 
SELECTIVE SERVICE ACT 1948: 
ASSAULTING A FEDERAL OFFICER: 
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Mr. Belmont 

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At 4:a0 PM, 6-y-60, Mr. Thomas Hall, Internal Security 
Division of the Department, telephonically advised that xockey, 
who haa been arrested on a Selective Service charge, was now be- 
ing prosecuted in San Francisco for a passport violation, tte 
said that consideration was also being given to charging Yockey 
with assaulting a Federal officer. ^jj^^jffrrt/^i*£. 

Hall advised that this matter was presently being/handled 
by the Criminal Division of tne Department but that the USAs of- 
fice had been in touch with the Internal Security Division with re- 
card to certain pleadings in connection with the passport violation, 
and in order for the Internal Security Division to know more about 
this matter, he would like to be advisea concerning the ^^i^JJ^ 
arrest of subject and tne finding of tne material which led to the 
passport charge. He said tnat beiore answering ^"^f*^^^^-;!^^"^.;^' 
card to the admissibility of the evidence Invoivea and before fur- 
nishing any opinion to the Criminal Division or to the USAs office, 
he would like to have full details. 

I told Mr. Hall that we would be in touch with him. 

ACTION : • 

Mr. Rosen has previously requested of the San Francisco J 
Office a detailed summary concerning this matter whicn was sub- ^ 
mitteu by the San Francisco Office by airtei on the afternoon of / / 
S-»-bS. As soon as this material is receivea by ^*^f I^Y^ft^ej^^^e 
Division, it is recommended that they advise Mr. Hall of the ae- 
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FRa/cIS PARKER^YOCKEY. PASSPORT,. ANDJISA^ matters. REGISTRATION 
ACT, ISA, NINETEEN FIFTY. ITSPf^/SSA, FORTY EIGHT. AFO. REMYTEL 
JUNE FOURTEEN LAST. SUBJECT IN JUDGE^SWflGERT-S COURT, USDC, SAN 
FRANCISCO THIS DATE AT WHICH TIME^AUSA ClANCEY PRESENTED SUFFICIENT 
DATA WHEREBY JUDGE SWEIGERT ISSUED COpRTjIORDER TO HAVE YOCKEY 
EXAMINED BY PSYCHIATRIST TO BE APPpiNTED^BY PROBATION OFFICE IN 
CONJUNCTION WITH.YOCKEY-S ATTpRNfX:.-:.feP9)?T OF PSYCHIATRISl TO BE 
RETURNED NO LATER THAN JULY ELEVfN; NEXT ^'^ HEARING BEFORE USC RE 
BOND CONTINUED TO AFTERNOON JULY ^^EV^N.^iIE^JT" AFTER HIS APPEARANCE 
IN JUDGE SWEIGERT-S COURT ON RESULTS PSYCHIATRIST EXAMINATION. 
BUREAU WILL BE KEPT ADVISED OF. Df VfLOP.MENT? . 
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,4.>^RE' SAN FRANCISCO TELETYPE TODAY. CORONER, SAN FRANCISCO ADVISED ^ Ay 
"v AT TWO FIFTY P.M. THAT EXAMINING TOXICOLOGIST FOUND VERY MINUTE 
AMOUNT OF CYANIDE IN YOCKEY-S STOMACH, THIS DETERMINED TO ^BE 
CAUSE OF DEATH. CORONER REEXAMINING ALL BODY OPENINGS TO 
DETERMINE WHETHER CYANIDE COULD HAVE BEEN SECRETED THEREIN. 
PATHOLOGIST PERFORMING QUANTITATIVE ANALYSES ON VITAL ORGANS 
'and STOMACH CONTENTS TO DETERMINE AMOUNT AND STRENGTH OF DOSAGE 
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TODAY. AT EIGHT TEN A.M. AUSA DONALD B. CONSTINE ADVISED THIS 
OFFICE SUBJECT FOUND DEAD IN JAIL. AT EIGHT TWELVE A.M. CHIEF CRIMINAL 
DEPUTY MARSHAL/JAMES EAGAN ADVISED THIS OFFICE SAME INFO, AT EIGHT 
FIFTEEN A. M, BUREAU WAS ADVISED. AT- SEVEN TWENTYFIVE A.M. COFFEE WAGON 
■AT PRISON TAKEN AROUND TO VARIOUS CELLS AT WHICH TIME YOCKEY-S CELL- 
MATE TRIED TO AROUSE YOCKEY FOR MORNING COFFEE BUT WAS UNSUCCESSFUL. 
CELLMATE IMMEDIATELY ADVISED JAILER WHO' PRELIMINARILY EXAMINED YOCKEY 
WHO APPEARED TO BE DEAD. YOCKEY CONFINED SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY JAIL 
NUMBER ONE AT ONE DUNBAR STREET, SAN 'FRANCISCO. JAIL UNDER JURISDICTION 
SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY SHERIFF MATTHEW CARBERRY. FEDERAL MARSHAL AT 
SAN FRANCISCO IS FRANK 0. BELL AND CHIEF CRIMINAL DEPUTY MARSHAL 1/ 
IS JAMES EAGAN. BUREAU WAS ADVISED -PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION REVEALED^/ 
DEATH PROBABLY DUE TO NATURAL CAUSES 'AND THAT CORONER-S AUTOPSY 
HAD BEEN ORDERED. FURTHERj 
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THIRTEEN A.M. BUREAU WAS ADVISED THE FOLLOWING SU. t 'AD ^ 
BEEN LEFT BY YOCKEY.. QUOTE I SHALL WRITE NO MESSAGES WHICH I KNOW^ 
WILL NEVER BE DELIVERED, ONLY THIS WHICH WILL BE. YOU WILL NEVER 
DISCOVER WHO HELPED ME FOR HE IS TO BE FOUND IN YOUR OWN MULTITU- 
TINOUS RANKS AT LEAST OUTWARDLY. END QUOTE. NOTE 

HANDWRITTEN IN PENCIL ON FOUR BY FIVE PRISON NOTE BOOK PAPER AND FOUND 
IN FOLD OF BLANKET UNDER YOCKEY-S HEAD. FURTHER PRELIMINARY EXAMINATIONS 
BY SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY CORONER-S^ OFFICE REFLECTED YOCKEY-S LIPS/ 
IN DEHYDRATED CONDITION AND WHITE. SUBSTANCE OF UNKNOWN COMPOSITION 
APPEARED IN AREA OF OUTER MOUTH AND LIPS INDICATING POSSIBILITY OF 
••POISONOUS SUBSTANCE. IN MATTERS OF THIS NATURE, IT IS REQUIRED BY 
SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY SHERIFF TO REQUEST INVESTIGATION BY HOMICIDE 
DETAIL, SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT. ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES 
WHICH INCLUDE STATE DEPARTMENT AND U,. S. MARSHAL-S OFFICE, SAN 
FRANCISCO HAVE BEEN IN DIRECT CONTACT WITH WASHINGTON COUNTERPARTS. 
THIS AFTERNOON AUTOPSY COMPLETED. CORONER. UNABLE TO STATE IF DEATH 
CAUSED BY NATURAL CAUSES OR IF CAUSED BY UNNATURAL CAUSES. VITAL 
ORGANS <^l>fPARfNORMAL.. PATHOLOGIST TO EXAMINE ORGANS. STATES RESULTS 
DF EXAMINATION WILL BE MMRHIKBX NOT BE OKK COMPLETED UNTIL JUNE 
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SAC, SAN.FRANCISCO (IO5-I769) 

FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEy/aka.; 
REGISTRATION ACT; 'ISA OP I95O; 
PASSPORT AND VISA" MATTERS 
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Included In yOCKHT's personal effects at the time 
of his arrest on June 6, i960, was a slip of paper containing 
the names of the following persons. It appears that YOCKEY" 
eitha? has or planned to request birth certificates under these 
names, possibly for use in subsequently obtaining fraudulent 
passports or other documents. It is noted that he has a passport 
in the name of CHARLES MONTAQUE BLACK, a name on this list, and 
attempted to obtain a passport in the name of OFELIA TAYLOR, 
the wife of MICHAEL JOSEPH TAYLOR,'' the name on the Canadian 
Passport found in YOCKEy's possession. These names and descriptive 
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April 21 t 1917, Bishop" 
Mother - TOBIE BOWEN, ^o. 
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GLORIA BARBARA SCHMIDT 
12/31/26, San Francisco (d 1929) 
ERNO (?) SCHMIDT -•,(DEIB?SGHIAND) 

ROBERT E. BURNS (b 3/18/33 - SF) 
Ernest, Oklahoma (d 3/23/33) 
VIOLET KNIGHT, Boise, • Idaho .- 

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^'. . ' CHARLES MONTIQUE BLACK .' ' " 

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• - ^•. WILLIAM G. BIACK,' Scotland ,; . . ^ " " '■: 
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:>': x ROBERT 'WILLftRDHOUSi;'b 7/11/16 at San Francisco ' ;' 
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MARY A.. HITCHCOX,:;San Francesco, wrote 4/11/50. 

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JOSEPH T. and ELLA . 
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.ECHERIN MATTICK -.Bishop , ' . ' • 

">, ELLEN M. BERSCOEjyTrail, Oregon. ^ • 

y TKOI-IAS SWEARER, d" 1/7/20 (5' mo), Ealtimore . 

/FRANCIS H. WALTHER", .a ^1/2/20, 'Baltimore ' .. 

/ EDWARD (H) MITCHELL (d at 2) > 

J b 9/29/17, EDW. H.R. MITCHELL and / 
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^:'V^^f^^^^'^°^ copies of birth, certificates pertaining to C 
JJ-i-vx the aforementioned individuals.: He advised that the results of 
W : S?®.. ^J**® Department Inquiry would be furnished the San Francisco 
^W.,;?^Yi?^°^,^^^'^o avoid duplication,- no investigation is being ■•• . 
-x^:i:W^W®^ regarding fehejse, names at this.itlme..- \ v v, - .V**v> v-^ - ' ;- :. 

I Cv'^ ~"-I.^." ^^ ' •> ' YOCKEY also.had. in.hlfl possession copies of 'birth •:?^'v: 
* Wi:'>- <2.ertlflcates pertaining- to ■the'ffollowin&ipersons;- . » • - -* " ' -^ "• : ' 

^v"^:'*!';";:: ,^ '•': / "Certificate' of Birth #912 (159)' . • 

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^:% .;.; .' in name of CHARLES-aiCHABDiMTCH. -' • ''"' 
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fi .52^- >:-;• ^" V . ■■ ' .^ . name of PATRICIA JANB>.IAGERSTROM " . .. V: '^ ' 
'.j -^ ^v ■**■' * -V' ' ••.;/' Father — OSCAR EDMUND i lAGERSTROM- ' '- . ' "" ' .'" 

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..CHARLES MONTAQUE BLACK,- :DOB 9/4/13, Niagara • -■ - . 

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1! F^-.r- ■- V" -.-:-. Registration 10/25/13 #13-05-060525 • vvl. - . .. .--• fe 

.H M^' V.*" issued at Toronto, 7/13/59. ' ■ :. _- - E 

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N. Date and place/of -birth. 5/31/1849, Moyasta. - . :-.",-X;.fe' 

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Father - MICHAEL TAYLOR, residence Moyasta. '[.J 

Birth certificate.- HARRX". FRANCIS SHANNON • . 

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. ■ Sex - male, born. 7/3/l3; father, WILLIAM . E. SHANNON, 
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Mother - ROTHE GLEN,;:. age 31,. Hilly ard,. R #12 ' ^ "- 
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%iv?>r-';-^ ;^C;::>;. /-in name of JACK PETER FOREST, born July 2, 1921; '^'s'fev.;- 
IP^i-t-^^^y' ;:^':.;.;. -....issued June 7,, 1957,; by County Clerk's Office -. -*%'=' 

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California, for: CHARLES RICHARD HATCH - male.-^'^^ 
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FRANCIS 'PARKE^YOCKEY. PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS, RECISTRATIO 

ACT, ISA, 1S50, ITSP, SSA, 1948. SALT LAKE CITY OFFICE ADVISED sfa 

EIGHTEEN INSTANT THAT^^^^^^^— .. ^ ^.. ; 

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SUBJECT- FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY, WAS. 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS . 
REGISTRATION ACT 
INTERNAL SECURITY ACT OF 1950 

This is to advise that Yockey was. waited for questioning to 
determine whether or not he had been engaged in activities for Germans 
in violation of the Registration Act. ' As a result of alert action on the 
part of representatives of American' Airlines," irtformaUon was developed 
which resulted in identifying the owner of baggage of a passenger on 
American Airlines as belonging to Yockey. - ]' ' ' 

The facts leading to the identification of Yockey as the owner 
of the baggage are summarized briefly as follows. A Fort Worth repre- 
sentative of American Airlines noted that the baggage was rather heavy 
and in examining its contents noted that it contained numerous passports 
all bearing the same photograph and each with a different name. Based 
upon the suspicious nature of the baggage itself and upon completion of the 
examination of its contents, the representative got in touch with our office 
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Based upon information furnished ty the Dallas Office to the 
San Francisco Office, it appeared that this paraphernalia could be used 
for various illegal purposes. The San Francisco Office was alerted and 
through arrangements made by the San -Francisco Office with American 
Airlines, the baggage was properly covered Awaiting the arrival of its 
claimant. Through our sources in San Francisco we were present at the 
time the claimant presented himself ^d' asked for his baggage. This was 
done in a pre-arranged area suitable for interview, on June 6, 1960. 

The claimant gave the name of H^ch.-^ He declinedto discuss 

the contents of the baggage with the Agents and refusing to talk, proceeded 
to leave the room in which the contact was made. One of the Agents in 
jtbe room attempted to temporarily restrain him by placing his hand on the 
! subject, and the subject continued to' walk through the door with the Agent 



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Dursulng, and in t -tc ion Jie door was slammed on the Agent»s hand. 
The subject, however, was immediately detained and in view of the circum- 
stances of the luggage and the possible passport violation, plus the fact ^ 
that he did not have a Selective Service card, nor did he m any way 
attempt to adequately explain the circumstances under which he I^ssessed 
this material, the facts were immediately discussed with the U. S. Attorney. 
The Assistant U. S. Attorney indicated that .the circumstances were such 
that he thought the individual should be detained on the basis of not having a 
Selective Service card and a further check should be made to establish his 
true identity, which was accompUshed on June 7 as foUows. 

Subject's fingerprints were taken and the Identification Division 
identified him as the individual who was the subject of numerous file 
references disclosing that he was wanted in connection with questionmg 
in reference to the above Registration Act activities, on June 7, 1960. 

Prosecution in this case is being pursued on the basis of a passport 
and visa violation. This has been authorized and filed today based upon the 
recommendation of the State Department and pursuant to the approval of the 
U. S. Attorney at San Francisco. The subject will be held on the basis of 
the passport violation for further Federal action. 

SAC Auerbach called tiie Bureau on e-7-60 upon the subject being 
identified and pointed out that, in view of the technical nature of the Selective 
Service charge on which Yockey was being held, and the «iually technica 
nlJ^e of a cLrge of Assaulting a Federal Officer, raised a question as to 
wheSier it would not appear to be desir^le'for Uie State Department to 
proceed wilL the presentation of the passport violation. He was advised 
Sat^latter should be resolved immediately. Auerbach was advised that, 
^connection with the Regista-ation Act case, the purpose was to determine 
whXr or norhe had been engaged in activities for Germans, ^violation 
of^ Registration Act, and since this was negative, of course the subject 
could not be held on this basis. 

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The matter was also discussed by Liaison Agent Bartlett with Robert Johnson, /i. 
Chief of the Passport Division's Legal Office of the State Department, who 
advised that he was familiar with the case. Johnson was advised that the 
Bureau would release Yockey to the State Department for the presentation 
of the passport violation against him, and that our San Francisco Office ; 
was so advising State Department officials in San Francisco. 

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the FBI based upon authorization of the U. S. Attorney, who expressed the 
opinion that the subject should be held on a possible Selective Service 
violation pending a determination as to what further Federal action is to 
f. be taken, further details are being requested of SAC Auerbach concerning 

Ij I the action which was taken in this case. SAC Auerbachhas, therefore, 

'5 . I been instructed to obtain detailed statements from every Agent who 

,'f participated in the initial detention and interview of subject in order that 

fi the Bureau may very carefully review the action which has been taken in 

-i this case to determine whether it was proper. This information will also 

-■I serve to give us a clear record as to the events which transpired and the 

action which was taken by our San Francisco Office in the event any questions 
■ are raised at a later date in this case, and the information will be readily 

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FROM SAC, SAN jiRANCISCO 27-13771 
FRANCIS PARKER- YOCKEY, WAS. PASSPORT. AND VISA MATTER, RE<^ISJ.RATION^;^V/ j 
ACT, INTERNAL SECURITY ACT OF NINETEEN FIFTY. BUFILE ONE ZERO FIVE '^ | 
DASH EIGHT TWO TWO NINE. COMPLAINT FILED.BY STATE DEPARTMENT CHARGING ,, 
SUBJECT VIOLATION OF TITLE EIGHTEEN, -SECTION ONE FIVE FOUR THREE, 
U.S. CODE, MAKING FALSE STATEMENTS IN OBTAINING PASSPORT UNDER FRAUD- 
ULENT NAME. BOND RECOMMENDATION. OF. FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS. BY AUSA. j 
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AGAINST ;SUBJECT EVENING OF JUNE SEVENTH VITH OAKLAND POLICE DEPART- , 
MENT. ISUBJECT BROUGHT FROM OAKLAND. POLICE. DEPARTMENT TO SAN FRANCISCO 
POLICE '^DEPARTMENT BY U.S. COMMISSIONER AND WAS ARRAIGNED P.M. OF 
JUNE EIGHTH BEFORE U.S. COMMISSIONER, SAN. FRANCISCO.. AT ARRAIGNMENT 
AGENT TESTIFIED AS TO INJURY. TO.. SPECIAL A.GENT LEONARD-S HAND AS ONE 
FACET TO JUSTIFY HLCH BOND RECOMMENDATION, i SUB JECT-rS .^ttOfNEY 
REQUESTED.. qONTINUANCE TO JUNE NINTH - FOR ^PUR^S^ES OF^ORE^T^gJ^UG^^ ^^^j 
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DOLLARS AND ARGUMENTS FOR BAIL CONTINUED TO A.M. JUNEJ^I^TK. 

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ON MOI^^NG OF JUNE NINTH SUBJECT APPEARED BEFORE U.S. COMMISSIONER ^ 
WITH NEW ATTORNEY. NEW ATTORNEY REQUESTED THAT THE SUBJECT BE 
AFFORDED A PSYCHIATRIC EXAMINATION BY A COURT-APPOINTED PSYCHIATRIST 
WHEREUPON SUBJECT ADVISED U.S. COMMISSIONER THAT WAS A SURPRISE TO 
HIM AND HE WOULD HAVE TO DISMISS THIS ATTORNEY. COMMISSIONER 
ADJOURNED HEARING TEMPORARILY IN ORDER THAT ATTORNEY AND SUBJECT 
MIGHT CONFER REGARDING PSYCHIATRIC EXAMINATION. WHEN HEARING 
CONTINUED, MOTION REQUEST FOR PSYCHIATRIC EXAMINATION WITHDRAWN AND 
•REQUEST FOR CONTINUANCE OF HEARING MADE FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSE OF 
REVISING YOCKEY-S BOND DOWNWARD. HEARING CONTINUED TO A.M. OF 
JUNE TENTH. FOR INFORMATION OF BUREAU, JAKE EHRLICH, PROMINENT 
CRIMINAL ATTORNEY, SAN FRANCISCO, WAS PRESENT AT COMMISSICNER-S 
HEARING PROBABLY AS CONSULTANT TO DEFENSE COUNSEL. ALSO PRESS 
REPRESENTATIVE AT HEARING ADVISED AGENT OF THIS OFFICE THAT HE 
KNEW THAT PRESS INQUIRIES WERE NCT BEING ANSWERED IN SAN FRANCISCO 
AND THAT THE PRESS WAS STARTING TO DIRECT THEIR INQUIRIES REGARDING 
YOCKEY-S BACKGROUND TOWARD WASHINGTON, D.C, WHERE THEY HOPED 
THROUGH ALL OF THEIR SOURCES TO GAIN DESIRED INFORMATION REGARDING 
CASE. PRESS AND TELEVISION INTEREST IN THIS CASE AT HIGH PITCH 
HERE AS ALL REPRESENTED AT HEARING THIS MORNING WITH TV CAMERAS. 
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INQUIRIES DIRECTED TO THE SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE HAVE BEEN ANSWERED 
WITH UNABLE TO COMMENT SINCE MATTER HAS BEEN TURNED OVER TO STATE 
DEPARTMENT FOR HANDLING. UA CB , IN_VI£ W^ OF £URR^NT__PRESS INTEREST, \ 
SAN F RANCISCO JJ ILL DEFER INTERVIEW OF SUB,IECJJBE£ARDJN.G,.££GISI&AIION ) \ 
ACT VIOLATIONS. CHICAGO EXPEDITE REQUESTED MATERIAL IN THIS REGARD. 
ALSO FOR INFORMATION OF BUREAU, AUSA WILLIAM CLANCY, WHO IS HANDLING 
PASSPORT MATTER, HAS STATED WILL i'RHSENT ASSAULTING FEDERAL OFFICER 
FACTS REGARDING SA LEONARD-S INJURY TO INDERAL GRAND JURY JUNE 
FIFTEEN, SIXTY. CLOSE LIAISON IS BEING MAINTAINED WITH STATE 
DEPARTMENT IN SAN FRANCISCO AND BUREAU WILL BE KEPT ADVISED OF 
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS. 
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FRANCIS PARKE^-VOCKEY. REGISTRATION ACT, ISA, NINETEEN FIFTY, 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTER, RACIAL MATTER, ASSUALTING OF FEDERAL 
OFFICER. REMYTEL JUNE NINE LAST. ' SUBJECT APPEARED BEFORE U.S. 
COMMISSIONER THIS DATE WHERE ATTORNEY REQUESTED POSTPONEMENT TO 
■-JUNE THIRTEEN NEXT, WHICH WAS GRANTED. REQUEST WAS MADE AS 
SUBJECT-S SISTER IS COMING TO SF FROM WASHINGTON, D.C., JUNE 
ELEVEN NEXT. ^EFENDANT-S ATTORNEY HAS ADVISED BUREAU AGENT THAT 
IN TELEPHONE CONVERSATION WITH SISTER, SISTER STATED WOULD SIGN ^^ . 
COMMITMENT PAPERS, COMMITTING SUBJECT TO MENTAL INSTITUTION. IN 
INTERVIEW WITH PRESS, AUSA CLANCEY BROUGHT FORTH ANTI SEMITIC ANGLE, 
STATING ONE REASON FOR HIGH BOND BASING HIS OPINION ON PREVIOUS ^. 

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NECESSARILY ANTI SEMITIC. SPECIFIC REfK&nH WAS SUBJEa-S 
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.BACKGROUND. U.S." ATTORNEY-S OFFICE HAS NOT FURNISHED PRESS WITH 
IDENTITIES OF SUBJECT-S RELATIVES, SPECIFICALLY SISTER COMING FROM 
WASHINGTON. U. S,'' ATTORNEY-S OFFICE STATED DEFINITELY THAT FACTS 
REGARDING ASSAULTING OF BUREAU AGENT BY SUBJECT WILL BE PRESENTED 
TO FGJ JUNE FIFTEEN NEXT. CONTINUED HIGH PRESS, TELEVISION AND 
RADIO INTEREST SF AREA. 
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FRANCIS PARKER-YOCKEY, ASSAULTING FEDERAL OFFICER, PASSPORT AND VISA 
MATTER, SELECTIVE SERVICE ACT, ONE NINE FOUR EIGHT, REGISTRATION ACT, 
INTERNAL SECURITY ACT OF ONE NINE FIVE ZERO. SUBJECT APPEARED BEFORE 
use, SAN FRANCISCO THIS DATE WITH NEW ATTORNEY. THIS ATTORNEY REQUESTED 
CONTINUANCE FOR ONE DAY IN ORDER TO MORE THOROUGHLY CONFER WITH 
CLIENT AND CLIENT-S SISTERS ALICE SPURLOCK AND VINETTE COYNE. AUSA 
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TO/IJIRECTOR, FBI, AND SACS, CHICAGO AND ATLANTA 

/from SAC, SAN FRANCISCO /105-1769/ IP 

FRANCIS PARKErYOCKEY, AKA., RA, AFO, P AND V M, ISA, FIFTY,--BUrrH 
ONE 2ER0 FIVE DASH EIGHT TWO TWO NINE.. FOR INFO, ATLANTA, YOCKEY 
CHARGED WITH PASSPORT VIOLATION IN SAN FRANCISCO. REREPORT SA L.O. 
BOGSTAD, JULY EIGHT, FIFTY FOUR, CHICAGO, RE YOCKEY, SHOWS YOCKEY 

. RESIDED ALLENS INVALID HOME, MILLEDGEVILLE, GA., FORTY TWO DASH 
FORTY THREE. YOCKEY BORN SEPTEMBER EIGHTEEN, NINETEEN SEVENTEEN, 
CHICAGO, FIVE FEET EIGHT, ONE HUNDRED FIFTY, BROWN DASH BLACK HAIR, 
BROWN EYES. AUSA, SF, REQUESTS INQUIRY TO DETERMINE IF YOCKEY WAS 
hENTAL PATIENT AT ALLENS. CHICAGO FURNISH ANY AVAILABLE DATA RE 
WCKEY-S. MENTAL CONDITION OR SUICIDAL TENDENCIES NOT INrPOSSESSION 
SAN FRANCISCO. ATLANTA MAKE INQUIRY AT ALLENS RE YOCKEY-S RESIDENCE. 
AUSA ADVISES DATA NECESSARY TO OBTAIN PSYCHIATRIC EXAM OF YOCKEY. . 



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FRANCIS PARKER'VOCKEY, AKA, PASSPORT AND'VISA MATTER, AFO. REBUtEL 
JUNE THIRTEEN LAST REQUESTING FOUR COPIES SF REPORT THIS MATTER. 
THREE COPIES WERE SUBMITTED, HOWEVER, PHOTOSTAT BEING MADE AND WILL 
BE FORWARDED BUREAU AMSD TODAY. "'yOCKEY APPEARED USC KARESH-S COURT 
.THIS A.M. AT WHICH TIME AUSA WILLIAM P. CLANCEY REQUESTED ADJOURN- 
MENT OF COMMISSIONER-S COURT IN ORDER THAT HE COULD PRESENT MOTION 
TO U.S. DISTRICT COURT, SF, THAT COURT ORDER YOCKEY TO BE EXAMINED 
BY COURT, APPOINTED PSYCHIATRIST.' ''cOMMisSIONER-S COURT ADJOURNED 
FOR THIRTY MINUTES. U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE WILLIAM T. SWEIGERT TOOK 
MATTER 'UNDER ADVISEMENT ON MOTION Of'cLANCEY AND HELD MATTER OVER 
UNTIL HORNING OF JUNE FIFTEEN STATINg' HE^DID NOT KNOW WHETHER DISTRICT 
COURT hId AUTHORITY TO GRANT CLANCEY-s' MOTION. YOCKEY RETURNED TO 
KARESH-S COURT WHERE AGRUMENTS FOR BAIL REDUCTION WERE CONTINUED. 
DEFENDANT-S ATTORNEY ARGUED. FIFTY ^THOUSAND DOLLAR BAIL EXCESSIVE 
IN MATTERS SUCH AS THIS. AUSA'' 'CLANCEY P«^Sg]TED^^£OR^<^ ^ SL^O 
CARDING YOCKEY-S PROPOSED ^SUIjCJDE AND hIs CONSPIRACYjIN SF COUNTY 




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JAIL TO ESCAPE. THIS INFO FURNISHED BUREAU IN AIRTEL DATED JUNE 

THIRTEEN .*/.>. * 

use KARESH PUT MATTER OVER UNTIL MORNING JUNE TIFTEEN 

NEXT. AUSA CLANCEY ADVISED THIS DATE THl HE INTENDS TO^PRESENT 

PASSPORT AND VISA MATTER AND ^SSAULT^fNG^jFEDERAL OFFICER ^MATTER TO 

FEDERAL GRAND JURY FOLLOWING YOCKEY-S^ PSYCHIATRIC EXAMINATION IN 

THE EVENT IT IS GRANTED. THIS WOULD^BE^APPROXIMATELY JULY SIX 

NEXT. BOTH COUNTS WILL BE PRESENJED^.ON, S/\ME INDICTMENT. CLANCEY 

FEELS AFO IMPORTANT TO GOVERNMENT-SCAS]^, AGAINST YOCKEY. IN EVENT 

PSYCHIATRIC EXAMINATION NOT GRA{^TEp,,MATJE^ WILL BE PRESENTED TO 

GRAND JURY PROBABLY JUNE TWENTYJWO^ NEXT.,. ^OTH IN. COMMISSIONER-S 

COURT AND IN U.S. DISTRICT COURT pURINGYOCKEY-S OUTBURSTS HE 

STATED THAT ALEXANDER SCHARF, .TtfE^MAI^l, W^TH^ WHOM HE WAS. STAYING IN 

OAKLAND, CALIF., HAD BEEN, ARRESJED.BJ THf TBI AT SAME T;ME. HE WAS 

ON JUNE SIX LAST. AUSA GLANCE Y,'REFy;rED,j^p.TH STATEMENTS IMMEDIATELY, 

BUREAU WILL BE KEPT ADVISED.^"* '^l-' 
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AIRI^AIL - REGISTERED 



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FRANCIS PARKER YOCi'CE-f, aka.j HERElr'i IS 'JiiCL,' .^SiFlED , 

REGISTRATION ACT; PASSPORT ANT) nATC /6'2/'kiJ RY ^'V^lZlL. 
VISA MATTERS; ISA OF 1950 DATt f^ ^' ^ ^^ ^ iT^/ [)- 

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JACK HAROLD PAMBROUGH, a prisoner in the San Francisco Co^f 
Jail, advised on 6/13/60, that YOCKEY, together vd.th his cell- 
mc.te, PHILIP PETER GALAtI, and FAMBROUGH are planning an escape 
to take place on 6/IV6O. YOCKEY was scheduled to post $1,000.00 
bail for GALATI to effect GAL'^TI's release on 6/13/60.GALATI would 
thereafter obtain guns and an automobile to be used in the escape. 
YOCKEY, in furtherance of the plan, would on June 13, I960, effect 
a continuance of his hearing before the U.S. Conmiissioner, in 
order that he v/ould be required to appear at the U.S. Conmiissioner 's 
Office on June l4, 1960. PAMBROUGH is scheduled to be sentenced 
on June Ik, 196O, and it was believed that YOCKEY and FAMBROUGH 
would both be taken together from the County Jail by personnel 
of the U.S. Marshal's Office on June l4, I960. While walking from 
the jail to the Marshal's van, GALATI would disarm the guards and 
taking their guns and handcuff k€;ys, flee with YOCKEY and 
F^J'IBROUGn . 

The U.S. Marshal's Office, the United States Attorney, 
and the San Francisco Coxmty Jail have been advised of the alleged 
escape attempt. GALATI was not released on bail on 6/13/6O, and 
the scheduled escape attempt will therefore not materialize. 

Tlie Bureau will be pronptly advised of all pertinent 
developments in this case, ^, ,. 

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plot Involving JACK HAROLD PAM3R0UGK, PHILLIP PETER GALATI, and 
Y0CK5Y, as furnished SAs by FAMBROUGH. 

PHILLIP PETER GALATI was interviewed by^SAs at his 
request at the San Francisco County Jail on 6/13/6O and at that 
time volunteered information regarding an escape plan concerning 
hin:C3:lf and YOCKEYj similar to the plan previously furnished 
this office by FA>2R0UaH. GALATI did not mention PAMBROUGH in 
the escape pix:. 

Information concerning this escape plan was produced 

before U.S. Commissioner JOSrTH KARSSH on 5/14/60 by AUSA 
v;iLLL^.:: F.CL.^.NCEY, JR.^ in connection with YOC?:ZY's case^ 
and t'ae report of the escape plot appeared in San Francisco 
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S'-'i'^^L;- UNDER INVESTIGATION SINCE. 1952/ AND WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN -RftOM ;: , 
W.j;i;:7i:>:^^^^ UNTIL" RECENT ARREST.' 'YOCKEY'S EFFECTS CONTAINED N^EROUSv 
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EXTENSIVE' INVEST I GAT I ON C0ULD'6E CONDUCTED TO DETERMINE HIS 
4?>'--'^ACTIVITY>0N PASTvYEARS, * ,YOCKEir:,:OM. I NJERV I EW WHEN ARRESTED ,. ■ 
■ ;"^'"- DENIED- CONNECT ION '.WITH FORE I GNjGOVERNMENT, ' DENIED' ESPIONAGE ' 
I ;•.'/.:. AND- CLA I MED DOCUMENTS WERE' FO^IiPERSONAL,, vNOT OR I M I NAL , REASONS . ' 
-" ■ YOCKEY'S' MENTAL'CONDITION ■aND:--ATT'|TUDE INDICATES FURf HER " 

INTERVkw RE-POSSIBLE SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITY WILL BE UNPRODUCTIVE. 
. STATE •OEPARTWENT, SAN FRANCISCO, NOW .CONDUCTING INVESTIGATION 
, P.E YOCKEY'S-^f^AST ACT I V I TY" IN ^CONNECT I QN WITH PENDING PASSPORT 

CHARGE.'=i T0''aV0ID DUPL ICATE - I NVESTIGATI ON, SAN FRANCISCO ,' 
• • RECOMMEI^DS '^NY- I NVEST I G ATI ON .;0F, YOCKEY'S PAST ACTIVITY BE HELD 

.''. IN ABEYj^CE Vending complet i on ':of;-state- department pi^osecution 

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FRANC la^OCKEY, aka ", 

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^ V>t3>^ \ On 6/10/60, ^ 

■■■■■Miaclvised that at approximately 5:30 p.m. on 6/9/60 a 
nS5^ra^?as broadcast over KGB Radio, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 
reflecting that one FRANCIS YOCKEY had been arrested on that date 
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•^^led on hi m in hi s office at St. Louis, Missouri and expressed 
an interest in the Christi an Nation alist Party of^Amerxca, and 
^he C?oss and the Flag", ^HH^stated that YOCKEY told him be had] 

ust come to the United States fro m France and YOCKEY_acce£ted 
^■■^■1 invitation to reside at ^gg^gggfiorae » ^^^^^9llKtf 
thatduring his association with YOCKEY he learned that YOCKEY s 
true name was YULICK VARANGE and that he had a sister, name 
»nknr. wn, who resided in Wood River. Illinois. Y OCKEY accompamed_ 

MHMHH|M|^^HH|H||^HHHHIHBHBIHBHp|d es cr 1 bed 
as a fSS^SbS^^h^ommunis^art^h^as in 1949 an 
active member of Hhe Christian Nationalist Party of America, to the 
Christian Nationalist Party of America national convention in Los 
Angeles, California. At this convention and during th^eturn trip 
to St. Louis,. Missouri, YOCKEY made statements leading^HHBBTto 
believe he was not sincerely interested in nationalism; that TOCKEY 
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^'^for funds .-^MlM|stated that later in 1949 and during 1950 he - ^ 
... wV received unrecalled political publications from various countries^. ;.>:- :': 
-♦" -/ In South sAmerica' and Italy which ,^ beca use of the contents, he ;: \ /X^:':- 
^believed were mailed to him by YOCKEYj_^^^HH|stated he has ^ ./ v ^» _^- 

had no further contact wi th YOCKEY. i^ilHBP®^*^^^^®** YOCKEY 
as extremely intelligent but completely unscrupulous, a person 
who is well educated and who has traveled extensively throughout 
the world. He stated he could furnish no information regarding 
^- YOCKEY's birth date and/or citizenship and volunteered that based 
i; ': on his conversations and association with YOC KEY in 194 9, he believed. .. 
YOCKEY' to have been at that time "a Communist. ^BBBHPstated 

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and that his name not be used in. connection therewith, but 
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FRANCIS PARKER YOCpJ, *k*.^ \ ; ^yv , • / 

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ChTlea Monf qiie'-%l>ck, E^rd Max JBriceman, ^ v -S / ^/ 

Michael Joseph'^ajplor, FNlH(;o£sh^ • „ . K -s -5 , 

REGISTRATION ACX< ISA, 1950.]|\/..w u .. • ) c^ , . . 

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Title has bee^ marked chaoged to show subject »s 
name as FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEX^ pn basis of identification by 
VFO of phStoiraphof CHARLES^ONTAQUE BLACK^in Canadian 
pssspor? file with photograph of EDWARD , MAX PRICE xn American 
na««oort file, it being noted PRICE is alias of subject. 
CnScSi^'nixCH, eLaRD, MAX BRICEMAN, MICHAEL JOSEPH TAILOR 
and FNU TORCH added to title ^nce SFtel 6/6/60, stated 
photographs in subject's four passports all same and case 
originally concerned with, RICHARD. HATCH.., . 



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Mr. JOSEPH O'BRIENj Consul, Embassy of Canada, WDC, ^jg 
^ made available passport file of CHARLES MONTAfiUE BLACK showing 

issuance of Canadian Passport 5-083800, at WDC, 5/31/60, valxd 
five years. Subject, as BLACK, executed passport application 
5/26/60, at Baltimore, Md., after obtaining same via mail after 
^ telephone call. Application executed before LEE HATHOWAI, 
v; * Minister of Gospel, 517 Cathedral (?) Avenue, Baltimore, who 
*" claimed he had known BLACK 9^ years. He submitted Provxnce 
5; of Ontario Birth Certificate 13-05-060525, showing birth at 
V Sheraton Belvedere Hotel, Baltimore. BLACK stated had no 
t: • previous passport and had only Canadian nationality. f»f«»*^« 

i '^' • not listed. Permanent residence given as 220^Grandie Allee Bast, 
4 '^^ Quebec. Person to notify in emergency - Mrs. CATHERINE BLACK, 

'< ■" ' Casa Latino America, Paseode la Reforma, Mexico, D.P. Describedl 
•• *%^ 5»8", 150 lbs., black-grey hair, brown eyes, wearing glasses, 
t i *' single, art appraiser. Canadian Embassy has no record of 
^^ ^^ RICHARD HATCH. 

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\i ^; - Embassy, WDC, advised no centralized records-of German passports 
!f iK> . issued in U.S., each of 13 other consulates in U.S. maintaxning 
its own records. If passport issued in Germany, must know 
place issued since each "county^ keeps own records. No "ent- 
ification possible re FNU YORCH passport. YORCH passport should 
be carefully examined for identifying data in event SF desires 
inquiry of German authorities in .U.S. _, 



; ^ lir c. PETER SCOTT, Consul General of Great Britain, 

jf i British Embassy, WC, advised he had reviewed MICHAEL fSEPH 
' ? TAYLOR'S passpoit file and could state TAYLOR presented evidence of 
.; . t- bi^h aJ If «d evidence of claim to British nationality by reason 

I If of birth here of British subject father who had n* acquired U.S. 
J i nationality at time of MICHAEL »s birth. MICHAEL therefore, 
j ;> entitled to British passport, but same not valid for use in 
^ ^ entering or leaving U.S. in view of dual nationality. SCOTT 
stated documents of parentage had been submitted by Embassy 
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Goyernment to permit examination of consular files abroad P*-'- 
by other governments j hence could not make file available in 
absence of formal request for unusual reasons which would have 
to be processed through Foreign Office. SCOTT requested return ^^ 
of TAYLOR'S passport to nearest British Consul if investxgatxon 
established man posing as TATLOR impostor. WO advised him such 
request wKould be passed along to FBI Headquarters. Suggest 
Bureau may desire to have USA, SF, notified. 
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Mr. ROBERT D. JOHNSON, General Counsel, Passport 
Office. Dept. of State, made available on 6/7/60, passport file 
of EDWARD MAX PRICE, which is alias for FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY. 
SA HASER established photograph of subject therein identical 
with photograph of CHARLES MONTAfiUE BLACK in Canadian passport 
file. WFO files establishF FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY as subject 
of Bufile 105-8229, Chicago file 100-25647, SF file 105-1769, 
WFO file 100-26536. Subject's passport file has been reviewed - 
see WFO airtel to Bureau 1/18/55,. «nd report of SA HASER, 6/27/56, 
WFO. '■ " - "■•■ \^'' 

JOHNSON advised SA HASER evening of 6/7/60, Dept. of 
State requesting its Office of Security at SF to contact USA, 

)SF, re prosecution of subject for violation of Sectxon 1542, T. 10, 
iTJSA, re alteration of passport. * JOHNSON also advised that 

'/Miss FRANCES G. KNIGHT, Director of Passport Office, is personally 

(interested in and following this^cas^. 

V^ Bureau is advised that 'it; appears that subject altered 

passport 378314 issued to EDWARD MAX £RICE on 5/19/54, to 
passport 878384, issued to EDWARD MAX BRICEMAN. 

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apprehended on a violation of the Selective Service Act on 
6/5/60. His luggage contained a U.S. passport, a Canadian 
passport, a British passport, and a German Identity Card, all 
bearing YOCKEY^s photograph, but obtained under various aliases ♦ 
The Selective Service charge has been dismissed and the State 
Department filed process against YOCKEY for passport violation on 
6/7/60. $50^000 bond was recommended by the AUSA and hearings 
regarding the high bond have been heard by the U.S. Commissioner 
on 6/8,9 & 10/60. These hearings are continuing and YOCKEY is 
incarcerated in the San Francisco City Jail. 




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in YOCKEY' s suitcase at the time of his arrest, and the pin and 
container are being forwarded to the laboratory under separate , 
cover. It is requested the Laboratory examine the pin and r ; 1 
container for microdots, secret writing and any unusual data of 
possible value in instant matter. The pin and container should be v^ 
expeditiously returned to San Francisco inasmuch^sit wiJ.1 be ^- 
returned to YOCKEY in the event the expiiMit4o|^3/J^ 
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Writings prepared vitli eertaln iMonst iidcs require 
developers which persanently stain and sutilate the speclmeis 
when the writings are developed. Such writings Would probably 
not be detected as a result of the nonstaining ^sts used in 
this examination. If jrou desire a more exhaustive type tof 
secret writing exaralaation conducted, which would badly stain and 
■utilate, resubmit the speciiMn. 




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^*' FRA!?CIS PARKER YOCKEY, ak» 
REGISTRATION ACT; ISA 'SOj 
PASSPORT AKE VISA MATTERS 



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FBI File No. 105^8223 ' •' 

Lab. NO. IV339448 6B 



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Specimens received Q/lfy/f:^ 

Ql Cloth-lined coutaiuer with auail glass tub© containing 
straicht pin with paintlnc on its head 






Ixorcssions taken from »n Olivet:! Letters 22"machiiiO 
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Result of exaikiiuatiOi. : 

The container, Ql, is a car? for a Gruen vatch as 
indicated by the name ^'GRUnr appearing on the cloth lining 
inside of the cover. The name *'CKjr: *' has been partially 
obliterated. 

A rectan^lar opening has baan cut out of the padding^ 
in the lower part of Ql. NothiuL war; found in this opening* 
It Xb possible that the portion 02: th> padding was cut out 
to j:5£k-3 a ds3,>ressio:i ia t:.c lini.. c' tl o co:;t::iaer to ^ 
accomiT.odate the glass tube contaii»l. .. tbc pin. A portion Ox the 
paddia^ Biaterlal has the name »'KOTl^ enibossed thereon. This 
material Las been used to replace or sui^pleiaeiit ti^e orxi>i-^l 
padding in the lower part of Ql. 

A visual examination 01 Q. : ad its contents revealed 
DO microdots, 

Usiuii laethods that dio noc stain, the Ql container was 
e:iaT.iued for the presoncc 01 1u\x-1l.j secret writing with 
negative results, 

il-'lZZIZZ >^ secret *rii.i^t> iuai-eiiai;. or poisons were found In 
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revealed no holloved areas or cavities. 

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Re: FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY, aka., f ^^® * 105-8229-^"^ / 

REGISTRATION ACT} ISA •^Oj PASSPORT ^°^' * D339Mt8 BE 
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Examination requested: i^ocument; Secret Writing °°'' '"""'""^' 6/16/60 

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pin with painting onv/hsad 

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THIS SAMPLE WAS TAKEN _?&?_* 6/6- 6/6O/6O 6/7/6O 

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FRANCIS PARKER TOCKEY, was.;-, o./.' /^ 

PASSPORT AND VISA MATTER; _^ 

REGISTRATION ACT; INTERNAL SECURITY ACT OF 1950 

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• Title is chamjed to reflect the true name of the subject 

anti has been carried ^previous correspondence with the Bureau 

as "UNSUB; aka Richard Hatch, ITSP^'V.r -..::. 

-^^■^^^-^r-^'jflewo^ the unusual • and dnvoived situation in fnjtant 
case 'and the fact that an Agent was injured in connectxon wxth it, 
tbl p^Sgress is detailed herein and iw4UJie followed up with a full 
report within five days. y - ,-..:: i ; 

As reflected by Dallas'teletype 6/5/60 to Bureau and a 
number of offices, this matter originated when American Axrlxnes, 
?S?t Sorth? check4d into a bag which was unclaimed. ^^ *^«/^f ,?* ^^^ 
R?CHARD HATCH. Because it was so heavy and the prevalence of axrlxne 
roenizance of recent bomb scares and because it was unclaxmed, xt 
SalS^ed ^d Iv^iety of material including American and foreign 
passp^ts in a variety of names was discovered as ^^f "^if^^^^^isco 
referenced teletype. The matter was forwarded on up to San Francisco 
I^d eventSai!y co^act was made with HATCflvia arrangements wxth 
American Airlines for delivery of HATCH'S suitcase to hxm at hxs 
temporary. place of residence in Oakland, Californxa. 

' " The Agents knew they'ia^Jisomething but didn't quite know^ 
what with the viriety of documents I ^d felt preliminarxly that they 
hnd a nassDort violation on the face of it from the documents. The 
fact thai tSereiere passer ts in different names all with the same 
«?^+«^«nlus a variety of miscellaneous : documents gave immediate 
llll to a susSilSn of substantial criminal violation on the face 
of !t! ?he sSijec? was recalcitrant but on being Q^efi^"^^, J^ 
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that he had never registered under the Act, and refused further 
data. As he was by the door of his room, he started out. SA ROBERT 
LEONARD outstretched his hand and arm toward the man. The subject 
grabbed the doorknob and slanuned^it, catching LEONARD'S hand in 
the door jamb. This subsequently necessitated twenty-eight stitches 
being taken in the back of SA LEONARD'S hand. 

Subject was immediately stopx)ed and a call was made to 
AUSA WILLIAM CLANCY and the situation described to him. He authorize 
arrest of the man on the spot for violation of the Selective Service 
Act and said that "this would be suffi^|.ent"to hold the man imtil 
more detail could be procured and the iaatter straightened out. 
Subject was lodged in the Oakland* City Jail and his fingerprints 
taken. The whole time consumed was approximately three hours from 
the time of original contact with subject until he was transported 
down to the jail. This was 6/6/60/ ^^^,,J^', 

After handling SA LEONARD^ at: the ^hospital, this iaatter 
was discussed with San Francisco State Department w Special Agent in 
Charge JAMES P. CAVANAUGH who said"^ he! would be interested in the 
situation and would like to hear more'about it in the morning, i.e. 
6/7/60. Duriig the course of the evening' of 6/6/60, Agents checked 
out what otherdata they could od "individuals named in the material 
which subject had and found that such individuals were apparently 
the subject xinder different aliases. 

As would be normal, it was expected there would be an 
arraignment of subject on the morning *of fe/7/60 which was found not 
to be possible because it was election "^day." However, additional 
conversation was had with CAVANAUGH'of the State Department who in 
turn telephoned the Passport and Visa'Division of his organization 
at Washington. During this same period, i.e. the evening of 6/6/60, 
arrangements were made with the Bureau so that we jet flew the 
fingerprints of subject into the Identification Division which was 
able to advise us as to the subject's true identity as FRANCIS PARKER 
TOCKET. A review of our file reflected that YOCKEY was wanted for 
questioniijIBl^Lidly as a Security*. matter. 





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In the early afternoon of 6/7/60 the State Department t' 
here advised us that they had received a teletype from the State 
Department, Washington, stating in^ essence that they did not want 
the passport case because of FBI currently working the situation 
from a Security angle. A copy of the State Department's teletype 
is attached. In view of this, I telephonically contacted the Bureau 
because subject was in jail being held for the FBI in order to 
ascertain the situation and received in^ructions from Assistant 
Director Belmont to tell the State Department here to go ahead on 
the passport matter and that we would appreciate an opix>rtunity 
subsequently to interview subject on the potentiality of a ; Registra- 
tion Act violation. This was promptly, done. 

The State Department filed process under Section 1543 of 
Title 18 for false statements by subject in obtaining a passport 
under a fraudulent name and a bond has been recommended to be set 
at $50,000 upon authorization of AUSA WILLIAM CLANCY. While this 
process was filed the morning of 6/8/60, it had been authorized by 
CLANCY on the evening of 6/7/60 and, accordingly, a hold was placed 
at that time on the subject with the Oakland Police for the benefit 
of the State Department. This hold was placed by the State Depart- 
ment itself. Further, at that time, upon the motion of Mr. CLANCY, 
the FBI process was dismissed. 

Subject is being arraigned before U. S. Commissioner JOSEPH 
KARESH at 2:00 P.M. today and the story is being released to the 
press by the new USA LAURENCE DAYTON who has taken a personal xnterest 
in this matter and who will give the FBI credit for having broken 
the case and turned the subject over to the State Department. Full 
details and developments will be subsequently furnished to the Bureau 
as a report. A copy of the report will be furnished to the State 
Department for their use in the prosecution of the matter and an 
additional extra copy will b© furnished the Bureau for dissemination 
to the State Department there. 



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^THANKS FOP U^'INFO AMj PPOMPT ATTN.,- VCWEVER,. MAY I SUGGEST- THAT FBI : I 
. tOES NCT KAVE«A STRONG CASE AT T>?XS TlMF'AND'^^ f»EL'IEVr JT^WILL PE NECJESfi-i i 
. ARY, FCR PPT 10 NCVE IN ORDER TO .HOLD nTVlS'" SUB J. : ., - < . #, ■ -i I 

'CAN U SAY IF THE PASSPORT WAS ISSUED" IN THE* NAME OF EMARD MAX PRICE M 

; REPEAT. PR ICE , AND THAT TKE PASSPORT' NUMBER IS 378334'. THE PASSPORT VHIB ' I 
'I HAVE" SEEN, WAS ISSUED .IN THE^ NAME' Of .EDWARD rJlAX BR IC EUAN AND TKE 'PAl$^.¥/ 



POfiT NUMBER ;IS 872384. WILL APPREC'UR'Ciqw: THOSt TVO»:pOINTS AND ADVIS^^f 
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Charles M^ntaque Black, Edward 
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Francis Torch, /ack Peter Forest, . 

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Los Angeles, New Orleans, Seattle, 
• Washington Field and San Francisco, 6/5/60. 
San Francisco teletype to Bureau, Baltimorej 
Washington Field, New Orle6ins, Los Angeles, 

r , . . . • and Seattle, 6/6/60. 

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Baltimore, 6/6/6 1. 

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S-v—... . AUSA WILLIAM P. CLANCEY, JR., has advised that the facts 
•' ' ' - surrounding the assaulting of a 'federal officer charge will 
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PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS; 
REGISTRATION ACT; INTERNAL SECURITY 
ACT OF 1950; INTERSTATE TRANSPORTATION 
OF STOLEN PROPERTY; SELECTIVE SERVICE 
ACT, 19^8 

Subject's suitcase contained numerous identification' 
in various names. Subject had no explanation for 
identification. Airiong identification were three 
passports: one British, one Canadian and one American, 
all bearing subject's photograph. During intervie;^ 
subject claimed to be RICHARD HATCH, bom 6/26/23, 
and claimed no registration under the Selective Service 
Act, 1948. Subject had no Selective Service cards in 
his possession. AUSA, San Francisco, authdfil^«d^ 
filing of complaint charging subject with failure to 
register and possess a registration card, in violation 
of Section ^2A, Title 50, USC. Subject arrested and 
booked Oakland, Calif. Police Department, 6/6/60. 
Complaint filed before USC, 6/7/Bp. Passports posses- 
sion of subject furnished State Department, San 
Francisco, 6/7/60. State Department presented and 
obtained authorization under passport violation, 
6/7/60. AUSA advised complaint outstanding re 
S^ctlve Service dismissed. Arraignment of subject 
began 6/8/60, before USC, San Francisco, on passport 
violation. Continued to 6/9, 10, 13/60 on various 
motions. Ball set at $50,000.00 on recommendation 
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advliSd tharHA?CH arrived In San PranolBoo from Chicago, . 
IllTnolB, aboard American Airlines Plight 47 on the night 
of June i I960. He stated that HATCH Unmediately fijlef^^^ 
oitTfaaitt his baggage >rtilch hjdnot arrived on the 8«ae 
olane vHlBitated that HATCH had originally been routed 
?o^&liCTSlfomla, from Washington, D. «, via Dallas, 
howevS, his flight had been delayed^ and he ws^^erouted 
^ thJ^Sh cSlfiaMlSd arrived at San Francisco rather than 
OfiSSS liiiiBstated that evidently HATPH's baggage had 
S^SSei HBISed at y^shlngton, J>. C, idien he was re-. 

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sent to Gakland^aHfomla, but refused to give American 
M?nSes^y^ddress or telephone number where he could be 
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Alpllnes, MetropoUtax^aSSd International Airport, was 
Cn^oSicSlly Contacted and he advlaed that J^^ J^ »^^* 
not be furnlBhed HATCH that evening and that h« '^^JS 
inform HATCH that the bag would be available 10 J 30 A«, 
June '6, i960, at the Oakland Airport; • 
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^^* tftl^nhonloally contacte^wio San Pranoleco Office on 
•*> jSnl 5?^960rat 10tl5 PM to advise that HATCH', •uitcase 
hS a?JlvJd. He 8180 advlaed that HATCH had telephonlcaily 
contacted American Airllnea and had been advised that Jil^^ 

«M expected to arrive at 10:30 AM, June 6, ^.gbO.JBIH 
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8tr«»t, advi8«d that an IndlVifllUl using tHe~name FRANCIS 
c4$,.-! ■\:< 8E&KK0N had resldtd at this address six or seven aonths ,.,^< 
' '^4 : ' ' ': prior to Deceaher 1, 1959. . She stated that SHANMOM was ' .Ji\ 
r:#' '• /• t>eaidlttg with hi a wife who used the narae ?ATRIOIAr*AOERSTRCM. 
-:^p'' -' vHIH^H^H^tated that SHAKNQN had told her that he 
•- #i '/ - • ' was a irriler and that he sold his manuscripts in South 
' #A^vv v: •: Amerioa. She stated that SHANNQK en a few occasions had 
-y^'^i^iiv^'. shown her his aanusoripts ' and that she had partly read 
.'a N Av;- '-them enough to determine that they, were articles against 
-'^Tv^.'^vV^'^-.the united States OovernmentV ,/,''^"C- '- -^ ' r / 

^v' ' fBBPHIBIstated that SUAHKON 

rj^l;* told another tenant that he was making a thousand dq 

:^'..: - M month bv aailing these articles In South America 

^;. 'HUHHalso stated that :SHANNQN Indicated he had 

^^'- * • > oeen m joigland, IPrance andOeraany;; . 

f* 'iiiAi^^^^:--' ^■- ^ :??.".- ' MHHB^Bl'ftated that' SHAHNOH - 

^f.?.. t>- :was a aeat>er of the Diner's diiul^^ and 'that she still gets 
v>i. . . mall from Washington^ D« C.^ for him from the Diner's Cluh. 

n^ She advised that approximately the 

5., first of December, 1959/ SHANNMfwi^^^BaiRCM moved to 

V. Stinson Beach, California. |HHHHBHPb^&^^<^ she 

^ ;...*: knew that 8HAHN0N and LkOERS'SROR iienv xo svinson Beach 

^^ as they called her from there. She stated that at 

.^•./ 'V-'. Christmas time LAOERSTRGK received a Christmas package from 

h^: ;■•'■; Germany, ■'''■ ., _.;;■•'. •.■■■'■ 

'SS^^V;-'- ^^^^^^BH||H^tated that approximately 

#^..?;l ^ . two or three montliin5^H«««0NoaIIed to see If there was 
m''- ''.'' "any mail for him at that address and at the time stated he 
'^■' ■ 'was in San Francisco. He told her that his wife, PATRICIA 

r^r V -.y LAOERSTRQN, was in Mezleo City to see her mother ittio was 
-•••iS|^'' sick. 

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persons she ever saw visiting shanmoN and LAQERSTRON wex>e 
two persons she descrlhed as "Latin tyfe.** She stated she 




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On June 6, I96O, Mr. H. 0, WHITE, Vice- 
ConBul, British Consulate, 2516 Pacific Avenue, San Franolsco, 
advised that he issued British Passport Number I85546 to 
MICiJAEL JOSEPH TAYLCJR. on August 10, 1959, at San Francieco, 
California. 

_ ... Mr. WHITK Stated that TAYLOR made applica- 
tion, for a British Passport at the British Consulate In 
San Francisco on August 7, 1959. WHITE stated he listed his 
date of birth as Karch 58,^.^915 j. at San Francisco, California. 

' ■ "' ■ Mr. WHITB further advised that although 
TAYLOR dained to be a citizen of the United States, he 
also claimed a dual citlEexuBhlp based on the fact that his 
father, MICHAEt^YLOR, had, been liprn in Coimty Clare, 
Ireland. WHITE stated that at the time TAYLOR'S father iraa 
^ orn, t hat flection of Ireland ii8sB yoa&er British rule. 

Mr. WHITE fujrthetr advised that TAYLOR told 
him his father immigrated to the United States and that he 
was bom. In the Ohited iS,ta;fee| \j5^ij|»i jrtarfl. after,hifl father's 

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the British Citizenship Law at that time he Tro\ild be entitled 
to be recognized as a British street and thus would hold a 
valued dual citizenship in the ejas of the British law. 
WHITE added that the British law has since been amended. 
He stated that on the basis of the information and the 
documents furnished by TAYIfttt, ^.•fea4..»o choice but to issue 
him a passport. • , .. 

Mr. WHITE further advised that due to TAYMR's 
knowledge of intricate British Citizenship laws, he was 
suspicious of him aqd, as a consequence, had later »aiied 
TAYLOR'S file to the British Babassy in Washington, D. C. 
and suggested that they contact the British Foreign ^flce ^ 
to be on the lookout for TAYLCHl should he arrive in England. 

Mr. WHITE added that shortly after TAYLOHb 
passport was issued, he submitted a request for a British 
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to locatra record of a passpot:. having been issued to a 
M?CHaIl JOSEpI TAYLOR. Mr. RUSH stated that it J^ P°5|^?J| 
t^ the Irish Consulate may have had correspondence with TAYLOR, 

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KILLER'B''gray Samsonlte suitcase >»hlch he stated to 
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i56nARD and ALFRED C. MILLER' Immediately to 465 Bellevue 
Avenue, Apartment 23$ the residence of ALEX SCHARP. The 
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. ALEXANDER BENJAMIMr5CHARP, i|^5 Bellevue 
Avenue, Oakland, California, advised that he iras 
SS Educational Director of the temple Beth Ab^^ 
m Oakland, California. He stated that WIIIilAM hatch / 
had beeSknoin to him for approxlnately one year. 
He had met him In Nevada approximately ©"J J^ar before 

•^ thls^mtervlew and had aeen him ■"^•^"•S VSi !n3 " "•' " ' 
on several occasions In San Franciscoand Oakland ^ : . 

:. HATCH had called SCHARF by'toephone fi%)m the Oakland : . 
Airport sometime during the inomlng of June 4, I960. 
Seh^d stated that he ^s Intending to visit in Oakland 
for a short period and asked If he tsould come to the 
f^tmSS? reSted by SCHARP. SCHARF did not know 

: Xt time HATCH had left the aP^rtment on the »ornlnfi 
^ixin^^ ' 1960/ but he remembered that HATCH had 
Sfd« two telephine calls to the OaKland Airport relative 

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■of HATCH having known »il? ;»l«Plf*f,^ to the 'associates 
could furnish no information relative to the associates 
or occupation of HATCH other' than "this. 

During the Interview ;Vith SCHARP a telephone 
call was received by SCHARP at 'the apartment . After 
SSiieS^riSlRP sLted that ^J/as^TGI who^ 
called asking if his suitcase 1itfd arrived. SCHARF 
• Sd ?olS SS^that it did arrlve.^ ^^.^^Pr'Jifthi^ 
11 too a m. HATCH arrived at ^he -apartment and the 
iitS^aS i^^SCHARP i«LS.1tf|ai><5.rljiy-<U»^^^^^^^ ' 

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iaterview with SCHARP was, cont3,nued. 

'" ' SCHARP advised that-he waff born in the 

citv of Walfratshausen^ Bavaria, Oe^ny* ?®^f?^^.i:i ^^^^* 
SheS he Ira^s^ne years'old Tie traveled with his mother 
and father to Argentina ^ere his father died. At that 
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f-V Geological Seminary In'NewiYorkainUlJune.'. 1957 '^^ 
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nhere he worked in Anchorage, as a waiter and he also 
worked In a radar station In the Aleutian Islands. He 
: left there in October, 1958 to return to San Francisco. 
.' While at the radar' station in. the Aleutian Islands > "^ 
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to meet him. He could natae no mutual connections 
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At approximately 11:00 AM, SAs IfiOKARD 
and HIII£R were In the apartment of AIKCANDER SCHARF, 
Apartment 23, ^5 Bellevue Avenue, Oakland, Oallrornla, A 
person entered the apartnftnt lAvo Identified 5i°?5"*.*5?.^ 
RICHARD CHARMS HATCH. 8A» IBONARD and MILUni identified 
themselves to HATCH as Special Agents and SA IBOKARD 
advised HATCH at this time that he would like to cjuestion 
him. He advised HATCH fchat he did not have to give any 
statements, that any statements he did give «ould be used 
against hlja in a court of law and that he was entitled to 
an attorney if he wished one. He stated that he had no 
objections to answering any questions. He was asked IX a 
gray Samsonite suitcase In the rooa belonged to him and 
he stated that it did. 

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Father 

Mother 

Marital Status 

Brothers 

Sisters 



RICHARD CHARI2S HATCH 
6/26/23, Santa Ana, Calif. 
CLARENCE HATCH, deceased 
FLORENCE ANDREWS, deceased 

Single 

Hone 

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(Brother JAMES HATCH, deceased In »xico at an 
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Hair 

Eyes 

Service 



Santa Ana, Calif. High 
School, graduating. 

5.8F 

150 lbs. 

Black-graying 

Brown 

U. S. Army, 1942-1943» serial 
HVBiber not remembered. 
Served at Camp Shelby and 
received honorable discharge 
from Oan^ Ooi»don, Georgia. 
Entered service from 
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Employment Self en5>loyed past 15 years as 

photographer, mostly In 
Cuema Vac a, Mexico 

Residence Past two months 421 Baronne 

Street, New Orleans 12, 
La, Also had recent address 
of 1224 St. Paul Street, 
Baltimore, Md. (Stated that 
he had lived at this place 
for the past two months, 
moving out two days before 
this interview.) 

HATCH was asked if he had registered 
\mder the Selective Service Act, 1948, and he stated that 
he did not know that this was necessary. He stated that 
he had registered under the 1940 Act in South Bend, Indiana, 
about October, 194l. 

SCHAR7 (ALEXAHDER SCHARP), the occupant 
of the apai'tment In which the interview was conducted, was 
present during this interview. 

HATCH was asked if he could describe 
the contents of the suitcase that he had stated was his. 

He said he could and listed the following: 

(1) An Olivetti typewriter 

(2) Four ^r five sport shirts and dress shirts 

(3) A pillow 

(4) A eloth bag about 6" long 

(5) A painted pin, a work of art 

HATCH stated that there were no passports 
in the suitcase and no copies of any passports. He stated 
that there were no Traveler's Cheques in the suitcase either 
in the name of HATCH or any other name so far as he knew. 
He stated that he had had some American Xxpx*es8 Traveler's 
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been stolen from him and he had received the rebate In eafih 
for the aame from the American Express Company, He had 
inirchased these Araerlcan Express Traveler's Cheques In Cuba 
and had received payment for them about two months prior to 
this interview. 

HATCH was asked if there were possibly 
articles in the suitcase that he was not aware of. He stated 
that possibly there were auch articles because shortly before 
leaving Washington, D. C, for Oakland, California, he had 
been met by a friend, whose name he did not know. This friend 
had given hla a small bag approximately 6" long which was 
the bag he had previously described as being in the suitcase. 
He stated that he did not know the contents of this bag, 

HATCH stated that he would gladly open 
the suitcase, and at this point did open it with a key 
irtiich he produced from his pocket. At this time HATCH was 
asked if he had any objections to the Agents looking through 
his suitcase. HATCH stated that the Agents could look 
through the suitcase. Wlien one of the partitions of the suit- 
case was opened in his presence by SA I^ONARD, it was noted 
that there were items lying on the top of clothes which 
appeared to be documents of some type. HATCH expressed 
surprise that such articles could be in his suitcase. 

HATCH was then asked If he had any means 
of identification on his person. He asked if he was xmder 
arrest and he was told that he was not. He stated that he 
would gladly identify himself and show the objects in his 
possession with the axception of some irtiotographs which he 
considered personal matters and would rather not display. 
He produced the following items: 

(1) A bank statement from the Hational 
Bank of Commerce, New Orleans, Louisiana, in the name of 
RICHARD HATCH. This showed a deposit January 26, i960, in 
the amount of |1, 003.37. On February 8, i960, a withdrawal 
•vidently charges from the bank had been made in the amount 
of 50 cents, leaving a balance of $1,002.87; on February 11, 
i960, a deposit was made in the amount of $1,300,00; on 
February I5, i960, a deposit was made in the amount of 
1500.00, leaving a balance of |2,802.87. 



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items handwritten. The first appeared SSrStn* J'tioo " 
AL PONDO de u 3rd ESTACION, DRAOONES y ZULOTTA - 6-7100. 

"605 Walter, 2- JAMES WHTE." 

(2) A receipt from the Du Val Apartments, 
Apartment 208, dated June 10, 1959, showing payment of 
#15.00. 

P) A receipt dated December 19, 1^8, In 
RICHARD HATCH, "^o^lne P^^^ent of J65.00,^^^ 

payment for rent to January 19, 1959, to one MILA H. RASMUSSEN. 

tk) A receipt dated X>ecember 19, 1^8, In 

the name of RICHARD HATCH, blowing payment «' ^ffO.OO on a 
deposit on a duplex at 422 Roberts, city not stated. 

(5) A receipt dated January 22. I96O, in 
the name of RICHARD HATCH, ihowing receipt of |120.00 by 
check to "R28" and signed V. 0. LEONILE. 

(6) A receipt for box rent at a ?o»J Office, 
#2492, datid June I5, 1959, showing rental on Box #1300 for 
r^riod ending September 30, 1959,^ln the amount of $4.50. 
on the back of this was written In handwriting "STARK 833 
Market AAA." 

(7) A Social Security Card In the name of 
RICHARD HATCH, #564-58-8744. 

f8^ A small pox Tacolnatton certificate 
in the name of RICHARD HATCH, dated March J?, I960, showing 
H. ORIPPrPH vaccinator at the Laredo Quarantine Station. 

(9) A Los Angeles City Public Library Card 

#L-9222, dited May 25, 1959, expiring May, J962, in the name 
of RICHARD HATCH, 457 South Witmer Street, Los Angeles. 

(10) A card showing registration at the 
Registrar of voters of San Francisco at 765 Sutter Street, 
August 26, 1959, in the name of RICHARD C. HATCH. 

fll) A San Francisco Certificate of Registra- 
tion showing reglatration August 31, 1959, »* «»« ^^^eistrar of 
Voterrandiolitical affiliation shown "Constitution Party." 

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(12) American Airlines Baggage Tag f5^07-90-56 
Bhowlng 7 pounds excess baggage on which fS.w had Deen paid. 

(13) Memorandum copy of American Airlines 
Ticket 013-I&12585, dated June 3, 19^0, having been exchanged 
for ticket #011-1678236 for transportation from Washington, 
D. C, to San Francisco, for R. HATCH. 

(14) Currency in the following denominations: 

Ten *100 bills; 10 $50 billsj 33 
420 bills; 1 410 bill; 1 |5 bUll 
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HATCH was asked where he got the money 
that he was carrying and he stated that he had withdrawn 
it from his account In the Bank in New Orleans. He was 
asked why he was carrying so much money on ^J» P«;»o"_^J__ 
he answered that he Intended to lend it to ALEXANDER SCHARF, 
with whom he was visiting, as a personal loan. 

Shortly after this, AIBXANDER SCHAHP, 
who was present during this Interview, was heard to request 
HATCH to give him |200,00 Inasmuch as he was badly in need 
of *200.00. HATCH at this time stated "That would no longer 
serve any purpose. I no longer have any interest in your 
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AUXAHDeX SCBARF 

th« ttt1:»iftet» i«Hm l»tftrTl«w at gCHARr»» 
awctiBimt, <l65 BBll*yut Aventie, »dtv teed that h« haj ne 
Infom&tlQJi to l\trnUh •onetmios; any of the itftRtlfleatidn 
atitiit^ passports **il«h had be«n founfi In hla raltcaae, A^ 
this point the aub^aet r«<pia»t«<S a p«riv«t« iijt#rvl»w bettiaan 
hlnaalf «uS aA TEEtETu At thU point w than liwit into 
anothar rooa af tb* ipartaMmt. 

pttrSag this prlvata lAtamav* tb* 
subject atiXl refused to fumlKi tSiS explanation for his 
poeeessior. of the largt quantity of Identification and the 
three passports, maintainlAS, hoKerer, that he had a logical 
axpliffiation for tutvinc then in his possess icA tet that h^ 
vas afraid to klve the aatplanation on the baaia that he 
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At 'approximately 2:15 PM* SA AURED C, 
'•^MILliBBJLeft the residence of ALEXANDER SCHARP and 
tel^dSlcally contacted SA EDWARD M. CUIWINGHAM to advise 
-,^-" that the subject stated his- name was RICHARD HATCH, that 




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Pi^'^iiti.':'riefUbl a Selective' Sfervice'-card in "the name of HATCH. " - • 

While SA MILIAR was 'still on the telephone S A CUlv[raGHAM 
contacted Assistant United States Attorney WILLIAIj P. 
CLANCEY JR.. and presented the above facts. CLANCEY 
- s^ef that in^ieS of the quantity. and type of Identification 
'/. V -fouhd jb the ^pos8ession'.,of - HATCH, -he,- would, authorize .the,. 





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i^.r1\)- Street, of the subject and an. u nlmovm woman, obtained from 
IT '- Y)^ hi'i Buitcase t^g^tKB^K^iLdentlfled the man as the 
|".:.V.J'>;^vSer8ln aivi^S^SHrair^ the name FRANCIS -SHANNON ..,^,,t. .^' 

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On returning to SCHARP's apartment, H65 

Bellevue Avenue, Apartment 23, ^^^E *«lS^^i*^^JK„?25^^®*^^ 
SA EDWARD M. CUNNIIWHAM, I advlBed SA ROBERT II . laONARD 
that the fact the mihject stated he had never registered 
and did not have in his possession a registration card 
had been presented to an Assistant ^^n^*** S*f*f5 ^^JS^J?' 
San Francisco, California, I also advised SA LEONARD that 
the Assistant United States Attorney had authorized the 
filing of a complaint against subject charging him irith 
failure to register and failure to possess a registration 
card, this was approximately 2t40 IM on JUne 6, I90O. 



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At about 2:45 PM, June 6, I960, at 
it65 Bellevue Avenue, Oakland, California, in Apartment 23, 
the interview of RICHARD HATCH had been ^^I^^^^JSLSt^ 
ROBERT M. laONARD, KUfBED C. MILUSR and KBpH J.J^fJf; 
Also present during this Interview and during the events 
now related was AIBCANDKR SCHARP, the occupant of this 
particular apartment. 

HATCH was standing near the end of 
the sofa and near the door leading from the living room to 
the kitchen. SA LEONARD was standing approximately four 
to five feet away from HATCH in the center of the living 
room In a line with the kitchen door and the hall door. 

8A 120KARD noticed HATCH was moving 
toward the door leading to the kitchen and asked him if he 
did not wish to sit down, but he said no that he woiUd 
rather stand. He Suddenly made a quick move toward the 
back door of the kitchen. At this point the kitchen is 
approximately eight feet wide from the Joo?^l«a<ilfS into 
the living room to the door leading on to the back porch 
of the apartment building. A table was between J^® .Jj^.^.. 
doors butted up against the wall of the ^.tchen to ttie left 
as one faced thenar door of the kitchen. As HATCH ftarted 
across the kitchen and reached for the rear door, 8A MONARD 
seized his left coat sleeve and wrist with the Special 
Agent's riglit hand. HATCH then opened the back door of the 
kitchen with his free hand. The door opens Into the 
kitchen. SA KONARD told HATCH that he was under m:^sJ- 
HATCH managed to get outside the <»2?^i^?^«!2 S^-J?? 
porch of the apartment building. SA pONARD ^.^i";^ . ^. 
holding his left sleeve with his right hand. HATCH reached 
with his free hand and pulled the door closed, catching 
SA IBOIIARD^B right hand between the striker plate and the 
door 5an. «il-« cn^uned a laceration of the ^J«|f o£^SA 
UEONARD's hand. He was still maintaining »^W <»«.**^*. 
BleevTand wrist of HATCH. HATCH took his free hand and 
forced SA UfOHARD's fingers from his sleeve and jan down 
the back stairs of the apartment house, .aj. JB^ATO ran 
after him. HATCH ran around the front of the apartment 
building and started toward the street. As he reached this 



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point, near the front door of the apartment house, 8A MILUSR 
came out of the front door and intercepted hla. At this 
time he was told by SA MILLER that he was \mder arrest, 
HATCH noticed at this time that SA IBONARD's hand was bleed- 
ing from the laceration caused by the striker plate on the 
door. He stated "Oh, I»m sorry, I didn't mean to do that. 

At this point SAs MILIAR and TEETER 
placed HATCH in a Bureau automobile. 



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Special Agent KEITH Q. TBETER furnished 
the following informatlont 

"At about 2:49 PM on June 6, I960 
SA KEITH 0. TfeETER nas seated in the living «>°« , 
of Ant 23. 465 Bellevue Ave, Oakland, Calif., following 
?he Inte^ieS of the Subject. Others present were 
fj^. SCHARF, tenant in the apartment. Sub ject, 
SA ROBERT LEONARD and SA A. C. MILLER. SA MILLER 
had begun an Inventory of Subject's possessions. 
Subject was standing near the door Jo J^e kitchen, 
luddenly SA TEETER'S attention was awwn to *«^*^"S 
sound in the kitchen. Wien this occui^d SA TBBTBR 
5as bent over observing items of Subject's being removed 
???m a suitcase by SA MILLER. T^on looking ^JP; SA l^ER 
saw that Subject was not at the door to the kitchen and 
?A •mTER^sauaht a glimpse of SA LEONARD going out the 
Mo?^^ S? tSe kifcSL SA TEETER l^^^^f « V?^^ ' 
assuming that Subject was trying to run aw. SA »^ 
followed SA LEONARD down the back stairs ^J?'".^ S^^*"^ 
and around to the front of the building. As SA tbkhui 
c^e^SSd the corner he saw Subject ^nning up the 
aideT«alk toward Grand Avenue. Just as Subject passed 

?hr?^t'e5?Sn?e to the ^^i"^ Vto"S^aS^e 1^ 
the entrance and called for Subject to stop af ^^^e Saje 
chLesSbject stopped and SA MILLER took hold of hto 
and b;^^uSt him back toward the entrance ^e^ SA I*ONARD 
tnd S^TiJiS Joined then. SA TEETER then noticed that 
the back of S A LEONARD'S right hand was badly lacerated. 
Subject said he was sorry this happened. 

"When Subject was caught in this chase he said 
hp r^n because 'you would have had me in 10 minutes'. 
SI Il?er Sll5 he^^n because he wanted to make a telephone 

call. 

"KEITH G. TEETER" 



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After subject's arrest, he was transported 
to the Oakland C^y5aU,0aicland California and boolced 
for violation of the Selective Service Act, 19^0. 

Pineerprints of HATCH were obtained from 
the Oakland Polife^P?rtment Identif^^ 

irUr^nfr lUll ?LTj\'hri ? ?;r Uon files in 
an a??empt to determine HATCH'S real identity. 

On June 7, 1560, S A ALFRED CMIIXER 

filed a complaint authori|ed by ^-f.^-^^tef sfafef 
Attorney WIIiIA^^P.CMCEX, JR., before uni^^ charging 

Commissioner CAI4ER0N ^O^i^^a^^^nd^gA Title 50, United 
subject with violation of Section 452A,Tirxp^ ^^^^ ^^^ 

States Code, in that subject h^d ^l^^^^^f J; possession of 
Selective Service ^ct, 19^8, and was not xnp 
a registration °^^^ ^^ssistant United stt, ^^ ^^^^^q^ 
CLANCEY had recommended bail in -cne cm^^ 

Caotain JOSEPH VERRETTA, 9f ^J^?J°Hon cards 
Department, when advised o^ the numerous ^^-tjf ation^cards 

m subject's possesion J^^^f .^^^J^^estigation of forgery, 
the Oakland ^ol^^J.^Jf ^^f ?^i5°^ing day Shen no record 
This hold was released the following y Department 

fnl7^TtlTr. SranrSlhe^n^afv^aSls na^ed in the 
identification. 

The Bureau advised on June 7, ^§60, 
that the fingerprints sutaltted ^^- *^,3"fS.^=?S^ , 

for larceny, was founa nor s^^xvy <=^^^^ ^ Sr»ocipnt 

^eau adv^d that YOCKEY ^^^^ "^^.^^"^f^ef "^ 
according to Identification Division files. 



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.1' ':^V '-;U>-;' ""^--: - American Passport No. 878384, issued Kay If* 
U^<^ ' ' 195^, to EDWARD MAX BRICEMAH, 5'9" ^jll' ^^J^:?,*'^^^ ^^ 

•''-'?m- . ey«ii born June 20, 1916/ at Richmond, Virginia, 

^'F-m: ' SJISjatlbn - teachir. Biis passport was signed in the 

r-r-i- • ■ namFEDWARD MAX BRICEMAN. - ©le address reflected on toe 
?|-;^. • p^spS^t was Route 2, Camel Highland, California. The 

.; I. ' ■. V person to notify in case of emergency was ELIZABETH, SyTFK^. 

r'^':~W.'^'-^^U'- >«RICEMAN, 2320 peachtree^jto:e^ejt, Atlanta,^Qeorgia. . 

■ M:'^V:''fC''^''^~^'''' B^itiBix pa^rt no: C1885546, issued to J^HAEL 
' * "• ' JOSEPH TAYLOR at San Prancisco on August 10, 1959. ^is 
J2sfp?rr™SeS TAYLOR as a British subject, gave his 
occuoation as music teacher, his date of birth as Marcn 
:^v..v. - - l8ri915rat San Francisco and residence as San Prancisco. 
%' . . Si passjort described TAYLOR as 5'9" tall, black hair 
W^<- •'\ ■ with gray, and biTOwn eyes, •..'-• ' 

tei:C\ v: i,u^. . ^ • . Canadian Passport Ho. 5-083830, ^^ i««]JJ^/^ 
t> =^1^'V"^ i -^ the name CHARLES MONTAQUE BLACK on May 31, IS^O, at 
i ■* ' Vashineton. D. C. He listed his occupation as art 

'^. " app?Sfe??'bom September 4, 1913, at Ontario, Canada, 

' ^V . Sd residence as Canada. He was described as 5'8" tall, 

^i^' ■ brown eyes, black hair. 

:<f-i^> •'• :' - It is noted that the above three passports all 
;> contain the photograph of subject. 
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Division. Special Agent In Charge, S«c^f*y Section, 
, :. miJa? Office Building, was advised that the gJ^Jj^* 
^ ' haS the atoove passports In his possession J^J„*5«,J*^- 
thAt the American passport had never been Issued In the 
. • ^^iS^eSSeSeon: Ihe ^ove Pajsports were furnished 
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Special Agent PRAKCIS R. TULLY, Security Division, 
State bepartmeut, advised on July 7, I960, that he had 
been assigned the atoove case and that he had presented 
the'^^faots of his passport case to an Assistant Uhited 
States Attorney in San Francisco on July 7* ^^OO, and 
tha^ prosecution had been authorized for « P^ssPJ^J.f;*^: 
ira#*l80 stated that he had tel^phonically contacted the 
Oakland, California Police Department and had placed a 
hold in favor of his department against subject. , 



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On June 8, I96O, Asslatant United States Attorney 
CLANGEY advised that he had caused the complaint outstanding 
against subject for violation of the Selective Service Act 
?o b^ dlsmiised by United States Commissioner CAMERON WLPE, 
Oakland, as the determination of subject's true identity 
rtvealed he was not required to register under said act. 

subject's arraignment was commenced before united 
States commissioner JOSEPH KARESH, San ^^°J«^?'^^^„^® 
passport violation on the afternoon of June 8, I960, and 
?t TOWARD M CUNNINGHAM was called as a witness before the 
cSmSsSSnSr'S^Sing to testify as to the facts surround- 
inTsubJecfs arrest. OJiis hearing was continued from 
JS^e 8 to June T from June 9 to June 10, and fron June 10 
Wune 13, i960; on motions made by subject's attorney, 
which were granted by the Commissioner. 

Bail in the amount of $50,000.00 was recommended 
bv Assistant United States Attorney CLANCEY in the passport 
mattlrind this bail was set by United States Commissioner 
KARESH without prejudice to the defense. 



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'UNITED STATES Gc/jm^MEKT 

* Memoranajm 

TO : DIRECTOR, FBI (lO$-8229) 



date: 6/27/60 



(• FRONU J^C, SAN FRANOISCO (87-13371) 

.'>i:4; .) subject: ^MSJS PARKBR lOGKSr 

■!«^ ? 7 ASSAULTING A FEDERAL CFFICERj ITSPj 

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Rerep of SA EDWARD M. CUNNINGHAM, 6A0/6O, at 
San Francisco, and Bureau airtel to San Francisco, 6/10/60, 

Referenced airtel advised San Francisco was office 
of origin in the above captioned cases and that Chicago is office 
of origin in the Registration Act and Ihtemal Security Act of 
1950. 

In view of the fact that the Subject is dead, no 
report will be submitted under Uio above captioned case. The 
U. S. Attorney's Office, San Francisco, has been advised that 
no other report re the Assaulting a Federal Officer Violation 
of Subject will be submitted and that San Francisco was 
closing its case. Any future reports prepared will be submitted 
in the 105 caption. 

Enclosed is a disposition sheet reflecting that the 
oonplaint filed against the Subject for violation of the Selective 
Service Act has been dismissed. 



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SAN FRANCISCO 


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larwtigaaT* Pwiod 

6/4 - .10/60 


TniEOrCASE 


SA JOHN ¥. FAIN 


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FRANCIS -PARKER 
Richard^ Hatch, 


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CHAHACTEB OP CASE 

ASSA^FLTING Fm)lRAL OiFFICKS 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTER 
SELECTIVE SEETICE ACT, 1948 
FJEGISTRATION ACT 
INTERNAL SECURITT ACT, 1950 



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Dallas teletype 6/5/60 to Bureau, copies to Baltinore; 
Los Angsles, New Orleans, San Francisco, Seattl^s^' 
Washington Field. U^'-^' j ll^ f A 

Dallas teletype 6/6/60 to San Francisco^ y [^ Jjjrf 
Bureau taletypi 6/7/60 to San Francisco [^ r\ 

Dallas letter 6/13/60 to Bureau. i \J 

San Franciscc teletypes 6/13 and 6/14/60 to Dallas rw 

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ABM5NISTRATIYE 

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TtoU. FRAHCIS PARKER YOCXET 



' : O^ocHn ASSAOT.TING FEDERAL CFFJCER; PASSPORT ^^ VISA 

m^ MATTER: SELECTIVE SERVICE ACT, 1948; REGISTRATIOH 

W ACT; IHTERFAL SECimiTf ACT, 1950 

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Saatsonite suitcase bearing American Airlines check nuaier 

,^07-90-56^3 unclal^fd en arrival. Flight #637, American Alrlin.. 

ft/3/60 at ABon Carter Field, Fort Worth, Texas, instant suitcase 

opened ' by A^??pan Airline .'official in effort to identify owner, 

1 aid upon discovering numerous suspicious documents containing 

^rio?« names! reported same to FBI, Dallas. Photographic ccpijs 
«de'oi ;ricus p?ctures, signatures, J*-^'^"^-! "^ ^*S^?ai;ed ' 
* specimens forwarded to FBI Laboratory for examination. Detailed 

description of various documents reported. 



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*. of the Dallas Office, FBI, £^<»J!H|HnV||in!i!s 
Ll^l American Airlines, Aaon Carter Field, 'o^^. ;?!"'. !?^i 
i^.MTN ^***«+ ♦K.* he had ooened a suitcase same date which haa 



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I* 1- iJ.U'TN effect that he had opened a suitcase same date which haa »esn 
^^ - h^^ brought tSthe "Lost and Found" Roc« of American Airlines in an 

unSSfce^^ftful e^-fort to identify the owner. fBH^dvised further 
?£irS his discovered various documents. ^TSIing three pa...port 
and other credentials bearing names of various individuals. 



At Fort Worth, Texas 



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\ jx^ir^^A ♦>.»♦ Tlie^bt #637 bad 1>®®n del&ysd at 
- -^ '''^'^i thJ L^iil C s^i^h dslay this flight iras 
Wa^-hingtcn, D.C., *^^,*5** ''J:!^!; rieldt F©rt Worth. Thfere »sre 

sf^^ral p3i.^ssngefs ^J. *^^!,f Jcf'Jg"; p^t in li«®usin®s and »snt to 
All passsDg^rs frc® J^^®,' ^Jj^ ^^^aklind, California. At the tlxe 
Lc.t FitM. D^ll^, l^fji Hely at^ crclrter Field, they were urged 
tk@ pa^SBngssg left ^^^^J'^Smm^^'^^^^^ that all baggage was 
t.5 pick up th^ir fe5.Bga€e.«|lMB|sj^^;^^^^i ticket number 
cl^l^id ex^..Ft the gray S^^fJ^^^ ^ely^uldSl^e boarded this 
,f. 07-90-56. ^^^Vj;^^ iawYo?k City .and at Washington,. D.C. . 
Xlight at La Gu&rdia Field»,»»».7o^* ^W ^l^ft- t.i ^ 

^^IBadvised tb*t by ^iddl^ cf the ^^f "J^?/!^|**Sr^ 

«.lte*.s. contained ^^J^f^T^H^^^^f i^t^Jf psrtSnalL^ 

«^«tPd that he ch^ck^d the varices ^a^^^^^^^'^J. i^ 

'^■■■iiifi+lii^ht lists but T»s unable to identify the 
the suitcase against *lig*»*^"™»thathr thought it was suspicious 
owner cl the suitcase Be stated J^^^^^^^^^^^ltained in the suitcas. 
^^^l^lZn^.^^^^^ -asfen reported this .atter to th. 

FBI . 

^^^ A^'i^^A thtt the suitcase contained a coat hanger 

wera two pair of *^<^«!^^^' ^?®»if :LSl«fn''Ld tbs iords 
irocl trousers bore *„Genian label ||||i|||j^s;J.at#d that the 
''Wiesbaden," "REIKE," and "WOU£, ^^^^es^ 




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R@c©iBt #63792 issued by !?. S. Pest ©ffie®. Station #63, Baltimcre, 
ItaryUnd, on May 26, 1960, ts C. K. BIACK ®« Shtratcn-B^lredsre for 
package addressed to th® Canadian Babassy, 1746 Kassachusetts Av©. , 
N W.c Washington, D.C. This was a pscstpt for r^gistsred article, 
%klil of parage listed as $5.00. Fa.« cf $,50 paid, and postage of 
©ight cents indicated. On r®T©riS4 &td^ of this J^ec®*?]^^^^ 
notation in ink "HENRY B. , 220 G?andp Allee E. LA 9-4730." 

Phots-graphic copy of birth ce^-tifisate l>=sring naas of ♦•CBAELES 
IfCViAQUE," b©rn Septeatbar 4, 1913, at Hia^^ra Falls, Welland 
C'un'v This vas Font 26, "Priricce of Ontario, Birth Certifxcate^ 
Registration 10/25/13, No. 13-05-060, 525. Issued at Toronto, 
Ontario, Canada, July 13, 1959, #5^6,388. On reverse side in red 
letters was nuabsr N 84,840, 

B-i<-lsh Pa'ssp-rt Nou C 185,546, containing photograph in naas of 
MICHAEL JOSEPH TAYLOR. It h&r^ ^taaping^t "British Subject 
citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies," *nd "August 10, 1959, 

Sat3 rr£-ncl=vcc, Callfernift, &t B:Ttttsh Csnsul General Office." 
I Dat© c* birth, March 28, 1915, San Franslsco, California. 

\ '■ Occupj^'^itn. Music teash.&r. Height 5« 9". Hair; Black ani gray. 

i ^ Evf? brcTD. 

Let-'-- cf July 16, 1959 frsa MICHAEL DRIT^, Acting Ccnsul, 
C-^n-ul&t^ of Ireland, 681 Ma^ki-t St., San Francisco^ 5, Caltf., te 
MJ^o MTCEAEL JOSEPH TATLOF ; 1790 Stsi?s^t St., Eena, Nevada ^ stating 
f^^° telle Its , "With riSferenc* t© y&^o^ re©?nt application f«^-2- an 
Irl'^h pas«pcit. I ha^* b<&©n instsruct;®! by authorities in Dablin, 
'tc'pciot c-'iLt ic yo-u foraally that it is provided by la# that n& 
citiz-D cf th? imtted States shall depart or att©»pt to depart 
I txcm the United Statss unlsisis he bears a valid TS. S. passpert. 

1 Th* e^accepticn to this r®«suir©»ent in the case of travel to 

j Countries in North, Central, or South Anerica, is not applicable 

j tc any such person when tr air® ling t® a place outside the U. S. 

I for which a valid passport is required, if such travel is 

acccffiplished via any of thefee countries. I a» also tc say that 
th« Embassy of Ireland is not in s pcsitien tc affcrd prctectlcn 
to a dual citizen as against th® U. S. authorities.'" 

Passport application for* dated June 26, 1959, in the naae of 
MICHAEL JOSEPH TAYLOR marital status single; occupation, music 
teacher- born March 28, 1915, San Francisco, California; home 
address, 1790 Stewart St., Reno, Nevada; height 5' 9"; eyes brown? 
hair, black-gray; face oval. Witness; ALEX SCHARF, 2401 
Sacraaentc St., San Francisco, California; teacher, June zo, iya». 

' V. S. Passport, No, 878384, containing ph&tograph issued May 19, 

1954, tc EDWAED MAX BRICEHAN, born June 20, 1916, Richaiend, 
Virginia. Occupation, teacher, height, 5' 9"; ©yes brovn, hair 

I brown. Address cf bea-erj Rcute #2, Carmsl Highland? C^li- 

fo,2Pnlft.„ In case of death or accident, n&tifys ELIZABETH S. 

1 BRICIiLANj 2320 Peach tree , Atlanta, Georgia. 

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"Certificate of K&rriage" certifying t& itarxlage of MICSAEL 
JOSEPH TAYLOR and OFELIA EODRIGI?EZ at "^iJ^gini* ^tty, Hevada, by 
Rev. CLINTON HOLLOWAT Minister, on September 3, 1959. Witnwes. 
J.' LATHAM and WILLIAM HOLIXJWAT. 

voter's certificate ol registration for KISS OFELIA EODRIGSIES, 
2400 Sacramento St., San Francisc©, Calif e<rnia, issued August z», 
1958, Precinct 157, Asseably District #21. Occupation: Student. 
Height- 5* 6": Political affiliation; Constitution Party, 
certificate purportedly isswr-d by TH0$:AS A. T008CEY, Official 
Registrar. 

social security Card, #564-58-8026, in n«ae of OFELIA RODRIGUEZ. 

Photographic copy of birth certificate for lYT LO0ISE MC LEOD, 
reflecting birth February 5, 1932, at San Francisco, California. 
This record purportedly issued by D6parta,ent of Public Health, 

Vital Statistics. Physician: H. W. LAMB^^S^S^i Sp f S^^ 1858 
1932. San Francisco Hospital. Father: JOHN OSSmN MC LEOD 1858 
Ellis St., San Francisco. Calif., born in Minnesota. Mother: 
IVY BERNICE NICHOLS, born Calif crnifc. 

Phitsgraphic copy of birth ce:^tiflcate #30-077095, H 660, Local 
Registry #1746, reflecting birth of a "child" LOPEZ November 5, 
1 1930. at Sacramento Hospital, Sacramento, California. Father: 

i JFLIAN LOPEZ 1827— 7th St., born Mexic©, and Mother: um 

I HAKRARA, sasL? address. 

j Social Security Card, No. 564-54-0575, in name of FRANCIS VORCK. 

\ Credentials of QFiCK magazine for FRANZ-LSDWIG YORCK, certifying 

^ YORCK as a fetaff mexber of magazine QUICK. 

I Rectal agreement bearing no date, but (evidencing agreement ©f 

RICHARD HATCH, Rout© #3, Sparks, Nevada, to rent «ro« Biporlum 
o£ Mu&ic, 214 No. Sierra St., Reno, Nevada, an "Aero Sonic, 
Serial #541 173 of value $650.00 a.x. |,10.00 per *a.uth. C^er c. 

,;\ tliis company shown as W. R. WOODWARD, telephoneFA 3-3452. 

Per the company, the agreement was signed by STEVE MAYTAN. 

Credit card, account No. 09-31330-50 (with "50" scratched, and 
"14" inserted) , in name of JCfflN FOREST and issued by J. A. 
HOGLE & COMPANY of New York City, by JOHN BOGGS (^ ir^eslev " 
side of this card was listed the notation: "12625 M at Beesiey. 

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By C05t.municati©n Jiuae 5, 1960, & simx&^y list of Itass 
foand in is&ant suitcASS v£S fnrnishied to Bar®&Uy Baltiaca?©,^ 
Lcs Angeles, Hew Orleans, San yrafficisc®, Seattle and Washington 
Field. 

By coaocuniCifttion ef Juni! 6, 1960, San Francisco vas 
a4Tis5d that tress, a rsFiew ©f th® 2>all»s^ file eaptionsd 
"OKMCWN smSECtf Aka, Chas'I^'^s Eli-ek, Bsn F. Hov©, RC)ges' Mo®?® - 
FTT-ITlTEs INTEP.STATE TRASSP©E?ATILGN CS" S^LEN PEOPEETy," it 
appgftrs that ENKHOWN S^JECT, Aka, RECHAED BATCH of instant 
cas® sight be identical. 

0*n Jttas 13, 1960, J>allaff. Offfi'Ss® f o-yvarded t© F^l 
Lafc-cyatory for examination photiejgjrft-phs of tfe®- following it'.sats 
sad? OQ Juns 5, I960; 

(1) Unidentified fesale and sale 



I (2^) Photograph of Bale similar to individual shewn as •♦MICHAEL 

J, TATLOR" en British Passport Ho. C 186546. 

j 1 (3> midfntif itd female, probably ssate as in "(1)" above. 

(4) Unidentified feK.ale and male. 



I <5 "CHARLES M. BLACK/' ph«to slitilar to one on Canadian 
j PASSpcit No. 5- 083830 „ 

■ C6> "CHARLF5 M. BLACK s" photo copy mad® from Canadian Passport 
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(7) "MICHAEL J. TAYLOR," photo mad® from British Passport 
Ho. C 185546. 

C8> n)WARD MAX BRICEIAN," photo appearing on U. S. Passport 
Nc. 878384. 

(9> Unidentified male, sa*e as in "(4)" abs?®. 

(10) "FBANZ-LUDWIG TORCK," phot© appearing in credentials issued 
by QUICK magazine. 

(11) Unidentified male. 

(12) Two separate photos of unidentified males. 

<13) Signatures of FRANCIS yORCK ®n Social Security Card Ho. 
564-54-0575 and PAIRICIA LAGERSTRQH ©n Social Security 
Card Ho. 564-54-0706. 

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(14) Partial sign&turi cf "fiARRT R. ERA1I1?C?N" ©n Dinsr'a Club 

credit card No. 4P-9537. ■ w 

(15) Signature ©f "HABiT F. SHANHOH" on California Driver's 
License J 369915. 

(16) Signature ©f "HARRY F. SHAKHGW" ©n Voter's Certificate ©f 
Registration. 

(17) Signature cf "JACK PE^m FOREST" on California Driver's 
License 6 631,445. 

as) Signatures ©f "OFELIA ECiDEISS^S" ©n Social Security Card 
564-5R-8026. "JACK F0RF5T" ©n Sosial Security Card 
- 549-56-1115, in naas "JACX PEJER FOBES? . " 

'''.I (19) Signature ©f 'JOffii FGRESI" ©a credit card issued by J. A. 

re HOGLE & CO., NfC, *e©©ttnt #09-31330-50. 

i : (20) Sign&ture of "OFELIA RODESG!!^" on Voter ♦s Registration 

! Certificate. 

1 l^ (21) Signature cf "RICHAi® HA^^CH" on Aaterican Eatpress Traveler's 

1^ ^ Check #P 71 993 215. 

I ^ (22) Photo of "FRANZ-L^WIG YOECK" ©n credentials issued by QPICK 

i Biagazin©. 

j (23) Photo cf "EDWARD MAX EHICaiAH" on IT.S. Passport Ho. 878 384. 

I (24) Photo of "CHARLES MOITEAQ^ BLACK ©n Canadian Passport So. 

\ 5-083 830. 

i (25) Handprinting on Form R 3. Application for Jjf f^*^£J^if= 

i British Nationality Act, 1948, Sec. 6(2), for •'MRS. MICHAEL 

lATLOR." 

|v i (26) Photo of reverse side of For. R 3 (See "(25)" above) showing 

^ ' ' handprinting in name OFELIA TAYLOR. 

(27) B^ndpriating on application form for Irish Passport for 
"l^EAEL JOSEPH TAILOR." 

(28) Reverse side of application for Irish Passport (See "(27)" 
above) shoving certificate of Guarantor, ALEX SCHARF. 

(291 Fcrm A. "Registration of Births an^ Death's Act , 1862," 
for MICHAEL TAILCR. 

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(30) List of naaes In lak bsglnnlag witb "J^J:^^^^^- ^J^^' - 
Scotland" and ph©to ©f a notation in ink on ba^ °J,?:/4 
Post Office Becelpt #63792, •'fflaW,B^,«20 Grande .^ 
LA 9-4730." .^ ■ --.-^ .:>.--- .-- 

(31) Reirerse side of list of na*es (See "(30)" t^'SLrS/^*****" 
g?aph of A«erican Exprsss Ccatpany Traveler's Check Ho. 
P71 993 215, shoving E5e^n^t?ar® of "EICMAED HATCH. 

(32) List of naaes and notations of unknown significance. 

(33) List of names in pencil beginning '"^^SS GO^N ^^0»" 
and signature of "EICEABD HATCH," Rte #3, Sparks, Herada. 

(34) Doouaent in German language, dated "Frankfurt, June 2, 1928." 

(35) Miscellaneous individual photographs. 

i'^fii Ph'+aeraohs. left to right, of "CHARLES H. BLACK," on 
' ^'^aiiSian P^sport #5-083 830 and "KICHAEL JOSEPH TATLOE" on 
1 Bzitifeh Passport #C 185 546. 

I Also submitted was one sheet of typewriter ;P«ci»«»« ■J^ ®^ 

Italian portable "Olivetti" typewriter, serial Ho. 606ZWS, 
I fcund in instant suitcase. 

I The FBI Laboratory was requested to conduct appropriate 

exmination of the f<.regcing items, ip^^^^fi'^^S^jTj"^^ Slii 

1 «gns fcr the purpose of determining whether the ^i*®'^ ®5*!^^ 

Tt.il «lLrial^s^dentical with material P^fJ^ij-^^y ^S""^*? 
in cas^ captioned "TOKHOWH SUBJECT, Aka, 2tS^JJVi?rti ^stoten 

» HOWE, ROGm MOORE - FUGTriVE, INTERSTATE TRAHSPORTATION OF STOLEN 

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size *&s ab©ut 32 w&ist. Th€ suitcftis© ©0)ntfttn#d a p&tr <^f jj®»» 
size 8 C, and a whit© wcc-l spo^rt c^&t cf r«;ughly vc^vsn »^t«rl^. 



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^^^^^ad'^ised that it was n©t until aroimd 8 s 00 P.i., 
f ^ Saturday^S^, I960, th%t hs f^mt^sd a wire fr^L A«®yican 

*> to this wire, his cfficfe in San r^anctis©® advised hia that tn© 

gi^yen. and who told American i.ifflin@s aiE San Franciseo. that h® 
III b^en r#-r€^.ted at Wi^hing^.a, DC. because of » «^?^^Jf\^^ 
d^lav m Flight #637; that h& hs i gun^ t© CaJcland, California, Tia 
Slilk? AirpJ.. Chic^., en Flight #^95 on Jun^ li^nS irSS- 
traveled free Midway Airport to Aiia^® F4®ld via &^®J?J.*^»j;- . 
p.a.rtatioa . and frsa Ahftr© Fl<^ld t?. E&n yf*»^^s«$i,Cji^J®J?i*^« rs 
Flight #47. H* clai»®d that hs dLi. not hav« suffici«nt ti«® to r©- 
r&uti his gr«.y S«»®vnlt.% s^itc&S'S Tia Chicago. 





,^ *+-»-±m(ii h® call®d and talk®d with 

.■-^ T,&'-ln%-i Se^^c^? As?rl2*!i <<-M!a ^s San Fr«,nctscc, on zas ©wnmg 

I ^f . cf Jimi. 4„ i96o/and extlfctasd tofli^Bthat h© had reported 

i " h^^f 2,nt^* /if instant e^it.i.-^. te ^^s!!^. that ths sultcass bearing 

£l iTlP Aa^rie^n Airlines ch.^-k nwrtfefr 34-16-72, would be plaead on 

.-i ; J? TTiiph^ #637, schslule^ ti l»fcr® AJiin Ctrt&r F^ald at 3s45 P.M. ©a 

ij^' Sunlsy, jcn^ 5, I960, to arrlTS Oakland, California, at 9;00 P.M. 

^1 - en sais date, Oakland tijss.i. 

Instant suitea^f contained ths fcllo-sing it©»ss 

Italian pc-tabl^ "Cll^«tti Littsra 22" typtwriter, serial #606,268. 
Facte V fc- this TyF<&wrlt©r located at l^s'r^.a, I^fialy^ and th^e 
ccaipaiy is r«pr<&sent®d by Cli^c^tti Corporation of America, S«w 
York City, Nsy York. 

11 American Eapress Company travelers' checks payable to "RICHABD 

I* ■ HAtTH " Signature "RICHAE3 HATCH" was written on each cheek. 

ih^ee of these were nimbered P-71-993-215 through P-71-993-217 in 

;■ denizations of fifty dollars «*-i^- ^^tfr^'®^® ^®r?*?o^S ^ 

it > numbered R-42-726-535 through R-42-726-541 in denominations of 

^100.00 each. The total aa^sunt represented by travelers checks 

w&s $850.00. 

Blank p^r&cnalized checks bearing printed ns*e "RICHARD HATCH." 
inside th* check book was a "re-order for«" reflecting address 
of RICHAED HATCH tc b& 421 Baronne St., Hew Orleans, Louisiana. 
The blank checks were t© K- drawn on Hational Bank of Coaaaerce, 
Hew GxU^ns- La., whtre adliticnal cheek forms could be ordered. 



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Fessca&lizsd blank ehsck^ in fcs.-k fc«t b?.i,?ing Py*-^^!?,^*^-.^''^^ 
PATRJCTA LftGERSTECK 925 G^UTJ St., Stii J-rftfiitsc©, Calif ©rnlft, on 
Bank of A«^ferica, 1 P©w>&ll St^fest, San Franetscc, California. 



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.■•■-, Phc>toeT-%Dhic ccpv cf birth c©fftific»t® f®r PATEICIA JAKE 

; ,1 SISIt^. ref isctinf dats cf fctrth M'^f 17, 1931, at Lcs Angeles, 

■"*■ Cftlllornifc. 

'- -t Social security Card Nc . 56-^54-0706 f^r PA^ICIA LAGERSTRC*. 

rhaj^e^-A-Pl&^s issued by Chs-rgfe-A-Plat^ St&rss, Inc., of San 
F^tJ^istc clllani Li B^rkJsy, California containing ««t*lized 
^- -f ptintinrof Diff^ "PiL-mCSA J. LAGEES^KOat. 925 Gsary Street, 

San Tr^.r^ci^cc . Cs^lif^^^roifto^ 

■V- f-ea-- &tr-'* pu-p-^rtiTie te reflect rsgtstr&ti©n as a vcsr 

I Sept 'lyb* 1^4^1959 for Pr^cinftt #28, Assembly #24. 

"4 * V S P-** Off 10- bos r.fct r^csipt #140, isss^sd at Baltlaor*., 

;; .1. i;rylini7tc'pAl"LAtm3lEC:^ fo.r rental cf ^3.00 on Bcz #104. fcr 

't ^ prTi-3 pfD-ilng Junf 30, 1960« 

If * DiD*'-'«^ Cl'i^ r-^ait c&rd #4P-9537 iss^^^d to "BARET R. 

I PBAV^-fs- "925 G-«>rv Str--: San Franclsce , Calif crni&, J"^ 

1 b^arine'sigD = *ure '■BABP.-i E. PEJLNNCW^" Eatyiritlon dat.f 5,31/60. 

1 -' Ph.-re-aphic -c-oy cf bi-'H certificate for HAERT FRAKCIf SHAITNCN, 

i rsfUctiig d&ts of birth July 2, 1913, at KiHy^^f^^ Spokane. 

n Countv Wa5hlngtr.n . Rcut- #12. Father's naae , *^^"^c!° .., 

5i . SHAWN, Hillyard, R®ut9 12, born Pennsylvania j "^^^JJ »^^***» 

1 R^Et GLEN, Eoate 12, Miliy^ii, Washington, b^rn J^f J|;^J: 

certificate purportedly Iss^td by Stat^ 5®P*^?®;L*'^?!'^*?6794 
Vi*^l statistics, Clyapift, Washington. Record #252, Fil® #10794, 
E^gi-i'=- #181. C^rtlfic^ti-an as tc t.rtt« c^py was aaS* by 
GEORGE H. ORMSAD, State Registrar, by V20LET PAINE. 

CUlfornia Driver's Lic.ns^ J 369 915, issued to HARRY F.SHAFNCX, 
925 G*■v'^v S^r^st, San Francisco , Calif irnii , pnrpcrtedly xmBU^i 
by eSIeRT MC CARTHY, Director <^f Mo t-^r Vehicles, description-. 
Age 45. bcrn July 3, 1913. Married m&l^, 5' 9", 150 lbs., 
eyes brcwn , hair black. No previous license. 

"B*nk AsE-'i-a>d " #180 511 255 CBack of Afterice Charge Acccunt 
pli^ issued" to HAMl I . SHANKCN. 925 Gesry Street, San 
Franciscc, California, "^iod through Muveabsr 1960." 

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"International Credit Cs^d" in sia»e of HAEE^ F. SHASHON, pttff- 
p®rtedly issued by "laLtv&rnational Ch&rg*, Ins./' and bearing 
slffifttur® "HASEy F. SEAMKOH." (Card purported to b® "good tlirougn 
March I960."). 

^ ^ V©t«r'=s R®gistration C©rtif is&t© for voting in Pr©cinct #28, 

■ f Ass^ffibly Dist. #24, i£SiE«ii t@ HABiar FEAlfCJS SHANNON, 925 Geary 

v£- St.. San Francisco. Occurs -^i^aj Phottagraphsr . Natit'itys 

WA^hington. Height 5' 9", E?g:i£tAr«d <July 28, 1959. Pci^Ji«** „ 
J? Affiliation; Ccnstitutien P^ty. Sign&tiir^s "HAREY F.SSASOrOH. 

"3 San Francisco Public Librae? Ca-1 #125624 t&r B&BKE F. SHANHOH, 

'•-:->c 925 Geary Street, San Francisco, laq^iration dates July 1962. 

■- v Photographic oopy of birth cs^tif ieatca f^r JACS PETER FOREST 

rafi^cting date of birth &s. Jaly 2, 1921 {cr 1927?— illegible) at 
Lak*^i6» Hospital. Fath^sr: PETER FGitEST, 5616 KenitGrd Ave., 
j^'i Chicago c born Greece. Occupation, waiter. Mother: OLIYE J. 

V- EAULS7CNp 8606 K^nstw-re , b£=n Chicago, Ell. This Certificate of 

I Birth bcr>& "R&gister #3104, State of Illinois, Cooke County, 

J ; Registered #30616." Certificate purportedly issued by EDWARD J. 

r>? BARRBT^ County Clerk o County of Cooke, June 7, 1957. 

California Driver's License #G 631 445, issued to JACK PETER 
FORESI, 6360 Bryn Ma^r, Hollywood, California. Description: 
B-rn July 2, 1921, 5^ 9'% 155 lbs., ey©s b^cvn, hair brown, ag© 35, 
married . 



Bsllinsrhaa Public Library card issued at Bellinghaai, Washington, 
to JCsij FOREST 2522 C^d&rwc'^J Avs. Serial nustber of card 
59635 j expiration date, l^epteaber 1961. 

Social security card, Ho. 649-56-1115, for JACK PETER FOREST. 

t "Individual (liquor) Pemlt" Card, #71925, issued to JOHM FOREST, 

vj V 2522 Cedarwocd Awe. , BellinghsuE, Washington. Expiration dates 

June 30, 1959. Descriptions Age 40, 5' 9", 150 lbs., hair 
i(5t black. Card purportedly issued by Washington Stat© Liquor Board. 

• MeMbership card. No. 3971, in naa&s of JOEH FOREST in &sla.ont 

Adult School fcr school year, 1957-58, located at 1575 West 2nd 
'^ Street, Los Angeles 26, California. J. D. KE^^LEE, Principal. On 

back of card appears "310 So. Winters, July 21, 1921, BLANCHE 
RALSTON." 

i\ Canadian Passport #5-083 830, containing photograph in nue of 

it CHARLES MONTAQUE BLACK, bosa Sv&ptejiber 4, 1913, at Niagara Falls, 

Ontario, Canada. Occupations Art Appraiser. Eyes brown, hair 
i* black. Passpcrt issued May 31, 1960, at Washington, D.C. 

I . Validity to expires May 31, 1965. 

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Transmitted to the Bureau herewith are photographs y '< 
(and negatives) numbered 1 through 36, made by SA JOHN W. PAIN ( l) 
on 6/5/60 of items listed in referenced teletype as follows: ^^ 



(1) Unidentified female and male; 

(2) Photograph of male similar to individual shown J 
as "Michael J. Taylor'' on British Passport # C 1855^6; ' 

(3) UnidentifieQ female, probably same as in "(l)" a^ove 
(^) Unidentified female and male; . ' -^ • 

(5) "CHARLES M.. BLACK," photo Similar to one on ' '. 
Canadian Passport # 5-OS383O; 

(6) "CHARLES m". black," photo copy made from Canadii 
Passport # 5-O8383O; O" 

(7) "MICHAEL J. TAYLOR," photo made from British r> 
Passport #C 185546; f |i 

(8) "EKVARD MAX BRICEMi^.N." photo apoearing on U. S. *^ 
Passport 77 S7838II; Pa3spor-= issued 5/19/54, date of birth Jvme 20, 
I9I0, Richmond, Virginia, height 5'9' . brown eyes, brown hair, 
occupation teacher, residence Route 2, Carmel Highlands, Calif. 
In emergency, notify ELIZABETH S. BRICEMAN, 2320 Peachtree, Atlanta. 
Georgia ; 

(9) Unidentified male, same as in "(4)" above; 
(10) "PRAITZ-LUDWIG YORCK," photo appearing in credentials 

issued by Quick Magazine; 

(il) Unidentified male; 

(12) Two separate photos of unidentified males; 
(13) Signatures of FRANCIS YORCK on Social Security 
■ ■ Har d # 564-54-0575; and, PATRICIA LAGERSTROM on Social Security 
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(14) Partial signature of "BARRY R. BRANNON" on- Diner's 
Club credit card # 4P-9537, expiration date V31/60, shewing 
address for BRANNON as 925 Geary St., San Prkncisco, Calif.; and 
partial signature of "HARRY P. SHANNON" on "International Credit 
Card" purported to be issued by "International Charge, Inc.", no 
city stated. 

(15) Signature of "HARRY P. SHANNON" on California 'r. 
Driver's License # J 369915; 

(16) Signature of "HARRY P. SHANNON" on Voter's 
certificate of registration, California, for Precinct 28, Assembly 
District # 24. Name printed thereon as "HARRY FRANCIS SHANNON, 
925 Geary St. Registered 7/28/59. Occupation: photographer. 
Nativity, Washington. Political affiliation: Constitution Party. 
Height: 5 '9". 

(17) Signature of "JACK PETER FOREST," on California 
Driver's License # G 631,445, 636O Bryn Mawr, Hollywood, Calif. 
Born 7/2/21, 5'9", 155 lbs., brown hair, brown eves, married. 

(18) Signatures of "OFELIA RODRIGUES^' on Social 
Security Card # 564-58-8026, and, "JACK FOREST" on Social Security 
Card 549-56-1115, in name "JACK PETER FOREST." 

(19) Signature of "JOHN FOREST" on credit card issued 
by J. A. HOaLE ANT) CO., hTC, "Account # 09-31330-50," the "50" 
being scratched through, and "14" written in. 

(20) Signature of "OFELIA RODRIGUEZ" on Voter's 
registration certificate, California, Precinct # 157, Assembly 
District 21. Registered 8/28/59. Address 2400 Sacramento St., 
San Francisco, Calif. 

(21) Signature of "RICHARD HATCH" on American Express 
traveler's check # P 71 993 215. 

(22) Photo of "FRANZ -LUDV7IG YORCK" on credentials 
issued by Quick Magazine to YORCK as staff -member of Magazine 
Quick. 

(23) Photo of 'EDyARD MAX BRICEMAN" on U. S. Passport 

# 878 384. 

(24) Photo of 'CHARLES MONTAQUE BLACK" on Canadian 

Passport # 5-003830. 

(25) Handprinting on Form R 3, Application for 
Registration under British Nationality Act, 1948, Sec. 6 (2), 
for "Mrs. MICHAEL TAYLOR." , .,, ^„ 

(26) Photo of reverse side of Form R 3 (See "(25)" 
above) showing handprinting in name OFELIA TAYLOR. 

(27) Handprinting on application form for Irish 
passport for "MICHAEL' JOSEPH TAYLOR" . 

(28) Reverse sloe of application for Irish passport 
(See "(27)" above) showing certificate of Guarantor, ALEX SCKAPJ?. 

(29) Form A, ^Registration of Births and Death's Act, 
1862", for Michael Taylor. 



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(30) List of names in ink beginning with "WILLIAM G, 
BLACK Scotland." and photo of notation in ink on back of U. s. 
?^f 6f???e Rec4ipt # "^63792 ^o^^^Sistered article issued by. 
Station # 63, Baltimore, Maryland, on 5/26/60, the notation toeing. 

"HENRY B, 220 Grande, allee E, LA 9-^730. «ron>" o>.«ir*iV^ 

(31) Reverse side of list of names (See "(30) above), 
and apphotograph of American Express Company traveler's check # 
P71 993 215: showing signature of "RICHARD HATCH". 

' ^^^ ^(32) List of names and notations of unknown 

Significance ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^ p^^^^^ beginning with "56 GORDON 
ANDERSON," and signature of "RICHARD HATCH" R^f^ 3, Sparks, 
Nevada, as it appears on rental agreement for "aero Sonic 
(Ippar4ntly musical instrument) from Emporium of Music, 2l4 No. 

Sierra St.. Reno, Kcvada, ^ ^ j«,*.-./q 

jiieri-d ^^-'^^^j 'Document apparently in German language, dated 

"Frankfurt, June 2, 192^^^^^^^ individual Photographs of 

Individuals beginning top left, from left to right, "CHARLES M. 

black"'' ■feH?iw'''fAYL§R," ?nloJ^-^^J^^;}*^j;iS?R?SiT'S^?K '^ 

(36) Photographs, left to right, of CHARLES M. BLACK, 
on Canadian Passport /5-083'830, and, "MICHAEL fSEPH TAYLOR" 
on British passport # C I85 5^6. Note: Passport #5-083 830 
is in name of CHARLES MONTAQUE BLACK, occupation art aPP^aiser, 
born Sept. 4^ 1913, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. Passport 
issued 5/31/^0, at Washington, D. C. Expiration date: 5/31/65- 
Brown eyes, black hair. 

British Passport # C 185546 in name of MICHAEL JOSEPH 

TAYLOR, stamped 8/10/59, British Consul ^,%^%^^lJ^ll^%^^lll^^^ 
Francisco, California. Bom March 28, 1915, at San Francisco, 
Calif. Height 5 '9", brown eyes, hair black and gray. 

Also submitted is one sheet of paper containing 
typewritten specimens taken on "Olivetti Lettera 22 Typewriter 
rpo??able typewriter. Serial #606268 Head off ice and factory 
^r.r. +-V.1.* tvnewriter is Ivrea . Italy. In the United States, tnis 
company i^^epJesISted iyTlivetti Corporation of America, New 

York City, NY. 

The FBI Laboratory is requested to conduct appropriate 
examination of the above listed items, including signatures 
handwriting and handprinting for the purpose of determining 
SSS?Ser tSI\r?ter of any of this material is identical^with 
materia"' previously submitted in case captioned UNKNOWN subjb^i^^ 
?^ cSarEIs BlIcK, BEN F. HOWE, ROGER MOORE, FUG.. ITSP," i^ 
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Enclosures (2) (2 Lab report) 



9 San Francisco (87-13363) Enclosures (23). (Qcl through 

" ISsSaSsO SUBMITTED material, 2 Lab report) 
1 - Baltimore - Enclosure (Lab report) 
1 - New Orleans - Enclosure (Lab report) 

^-1 ^ Seattle - Enclosure (Lab report) 

;;;. ;..:.JM .S"W«8*<« ^^•^^ -yBndosure (Lab report) 
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Spaclmens received 6""16*»60 

Qcl Photographic negative and print of signatures 

"Francis Yorck'* and "Patricia Lagerst rom " on Social 
Security cards #654-54^575 and #546^M-0706, 
respectively (Your item #13) 

Qc2 Photographic negative and print of partial signatures 
"Harry F, Shannon" from International Credit Card 
and "Barry R, Brannon' from Diner's Club Credit 
Card #4P9537 (Your item #14) 

Qc3 Photographic negative and print of signature 

"Harry F. Shannon" on California Driver's license 
#J ^69915 (Yoxxr item #15) 

Qc4 Photographic negative and print of signature "Harry F. 
Shannon" on Voter's Certificate of Registration, 
California (Your item #16) 

Qc5 Photographies negative and print of partial signatxire 
"Jack Peter Forest" from California Driver's license 
#G 631445 (Your item #17) 

Qc6 Photographic negative and print of signatures 

"Ofella Rodrlgues" and "Jack Forest" on Social Seburity 
cards #564-58-8026 and #549-56-1115, respectively 
(Your item #18) 

Qc7 Photographic negative and print of signature "John 
Forest" on credit card account #09-31330, issued by 
J. A. Hogle & Co. (Your item #19) 

Qc8 Photographic negative and print of signature "Ofella 
Bodrigues" on Voter's Registration Certificate, 
California (Your item #20) 

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; Qc9 Photographic negative and print of signat\ire, c^ i^^l^:r< 

"^ "Richard Hatch" on American Express Company i ""f'/ . 

->/ ; traveler's cheque # P71 993 215 (Your item #21) \;^^^^^v^ 

i QclO Photographic negative and print of Form R.3, e. 

Application for Registration, of Mrs. Michael 
Taylor, under British Nationality Act, 1948, 
Section 6 (2) (Your item #25) 

Qcll Photographic negative and print of reverse side 
cf Form R.3, Application for Registration, of 
UXM* Michael Taylor (aka Ofelia Taylor) under 
British Nationality Act, 1948, Section 6 (2) 
(Your item #26) 

Qcl2 Photographic negative and print of hand printing 

appearing en passport application form. Application 

^IR for Irish Passport by Michael Joseph Taylor 

(Your item #27) 

^ Qcl3 Photographic negative and print of reverse side 

of page 1 of Application for Irish Passport by 
Michael Joseph Taylor, showing Certificate of 

\ Guarantor signed ''Alex Scharf' (Your item #28) 

« Qcl4 Photographic negative and print of Form A, Registration 

of Births and Deaths Act, 1863, tor Michael Taylor 
(Your item #29) 

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* Qcl5 Photographic negative and print of list of names 

in ink beginning with "William G. Black, Scotland" 

! and notation in ink on back of U. S. Post Office 

receipt #63792 for registered article. Station #63, 

I Baltimore, Maryland, 5-26-60, the notation being 

^ "Henry B. 220 Grande Allee E. La 94730" (Your 

item #30) 

Qcl6 Photographic negative and print of reverse side 
of names on Item #30 and photograph of American 
Express Company traveler's cheque #P71 993 215 
showing signature "Richard Hatch" (Your item #31) 

Qcl7 Photographic negative and print oi list of names 
... in ink of niunbers, addresses and notations, 
significance unknown (Your item #32) 

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Qcl8 Photographic negative and print of list of names V;^^^|;^;^. 
" in pencil beginning with "56 Gordon Anderson" ^^#5 ^ , 

^^^' and signature "Richard Hatch R#3, Sparks" on * i-\ ^^:ci-^^^ 
agreement to rent aero-sonic instrisnent from 
Emporium of Music, 214 No, Sierra St., Reno, 
Nevada (Your item #33) 

Qcl9 Photographic negative and print of docioment in 

German language dated June 2, 1928, (Your item #34) 

Kl One sheet of white paper bearing typewritten 

specimens taken on "Olivetti Lettera 22 Typewriter" 

ALSO SUBMITTED: 

Seventeen photographic negatives and prints of 
males and females (Your item #*s 1 through 12, 
22 through 24, 35 and 36) 

Result of examination: 

Because of the lack of comparable word and 
letter ccxabinations in the material available, a definite 
opinion was not reached as to whether any of the questioned 
handwriting and hand printing appearing on specimens Qcl 
through Qcl9 was prepared by the writer of any of the 
questioned evidence in the case entitled "Unsub, aka 
CHARLES BLACK, BEN F. HOWE, ROGER MOORE - FUGITIVE; ITSP, " 
the HOWE material contained in the case entitled 




Specimens Qcl through Qcl9 were compared with 
the appropriate sections of the National Fraudulent Check 
File with negative results. 

No examination was made of specimen El 
since none of the questioned material in this case or in 
the cases mentioned above contains questioned typewriting. 

Specimens Qcl through Qcl9, Kl, and the 
ALSO SUBMITTED material are forwarded to the San Francisco 
lUvision with copies of this report. Photographs of Qcl § 
through Qcl9 are retained. The other material has not been , 
photographed . 

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Examination requested: Document Date received: 6/1 6/60 

Result of Examination: Ejitiraingtion by:' Holland 



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Qcl Photograph^f signatures "Francis Yorck" and "Fatrl< 
Lagerst rom "' on Social Security cards #65i+-5l4.-0575 ai 
1 #556-5l|.'^0706, respectively (Your item #13) 

I Qc2 Photographf;^f partial signatures "Harry P'. Shannon" from 

i. International Credit Card ©nd "Barry R. Brannon" from Diner's 

? Club credit Card #ij.P9337( Your item #lij.) / ^ v 

Qc3 Photograph^'of 'Signature "Harry F. Shannon" on California \ ^ 

Driver's Xicens^ #J 369915( Your item #13) V_.^^ 

Qcq. Photograplvfof ''signature "Hnrry t . Shannon" on Voter's Certlficste 

of Registration, California (Your item #16) 

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Qc5 Photograph^f^signature "Jack Peter Forest" from California 

Driver's license #G 63114^5 (Your itenpl?) 

i Qc6 Photograph^of signatures "Olelia Rodrigues" and "Jack Forest" 

on Social Security cards #36)if-55-6026 and #^9-56-1115 respeptlvelv 

(Your item #16) ^ J^. ,-/ 

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Examination requested: Date received; 

Result of Examination: Examination by: 



1 /- 7 ' - - 4. ' ' Specimens submitted for examination 

I Qc7 Phot 0£ re phy of signature *'John Jorest" on credit card Recount 

J #09-31330/'issued by J. A. Kogle ic Co. (Your item #19) 

i Qc6 Photograph'iof signature "Oi'elia Rodrigues" on Voter^s Regis tratioh 

Certificate, C£lifornia( Your item #20) 

Ctc9 Photograph'Vof signature "Richard Hatch" on American Express Ccvrpa^-^o 
trpveler's cheoue( Your item #21) ' / 

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QclO Photogrpph^'of Form R.3, Application for/ Re^^istration , of 
l^rs. rlich&el Isylor, under British Nationality Act, 19i|.6, 
Section 6 (2) (Your iter.! jr2^) 

Qcll PhotOeraph/o^everse side of ioixa R.3, Application for 
Registration, of Mrs. iuichael Taylor (aka Ofelia Taylor) 
under British Nationality Act, 191^-6, Section 6 (2) (Your item #26) 

Qcl2 PhotograW^of hand printing appearing on passport application 
foira, application for Irish passport by Michael Joseph 
Taylor (Your item ^2?) 

Qcl3 Photo£rpph/x>f' reverse side of page 1 of Application for Irish 

i- as sport by i-:i<^h£.el joseph lay lor, showing Certiflcf^te of Guarantor 
^cA Alex Scharf (Your item fr26) 






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Qclli- Photograpt^'of Vorra A, Registration of Eirths ana Deaths Act,l863 
for Kichael Taylor (Your item #29) 

Qcl5 PhotoEraph'-of list of names in ink beginning with "William G. 
5 Black, Sco'tland" and notation in ink on back of U.S. Post Office 

J receipt #63792 for registered article. Station #63 # Baltimore, 

"? Maryland5/26/60, the notation being "Henry B. 220 Grande Allee E. 

La 91^.730" (Your item #30) 

Qcl6 Photograph^>fof reverse side ot \x^\ot names of? Item #30 and_ 
photograph of American Expres^'^tb^avfel^r's checue #P7/ 993 213 
showing signatare"Richard Hatch" (Your item #31) 

Qcl7 Photographf/cf list of names in ink of numbers, addresses and 
notations, 'significance unknown (Your item #32) 

Qcl8 Photograpb^of list of names in pencil beginning with *56 Gordon 

Anderson^ and signature "Richard Hatch 1^3 ^Sparks" on agreement to 
r^t aero-sonic instrwument from Pzaporium of Kueic, 211| No. Sierra 
St.,_fteno, Nevada (Your ite.-:! #33) 

Qcl9 PhotOe:raph^o'f document in German l&nguage dated June 2, 1928 (Your 
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Examination requested: FBI, DaU^8(87-7608).Letter Ii?A3P/60^®'^- 

Result of Examination: Document T/^ Examination by: 6/I6/6O 

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Specimens sub mitted for examination 

SPECIMEN CHECK jji AMOUNT DATE PAYABLE TO SIGNED BANK_ 

0^1 Photograph of fllgnaturea "Francis Yorck" and "Patricia 
Lageratrom" on Social Security cards #65i|.-Sl4--0575 and 
#5l4.6-5l*.'^06 respectively {Your item #13) 

Qc2 Photograph of partial signatures "Harry P. Shanaon" fro» 

International Credit Card and "Barry R. Brannon" from Diner's 
Club credit Card ikf9S37( Your item ilk) 

Q©3 Photograph of ftignature "Harry F. Shannon" on California 

Driver's license #J 369915( Your item #13) 

QCI4. Photograph of signature "Hprry P. Shannon" on Voter»8 Ccrtificete 

of Eegistration, California (Your item #16) 
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Oc5 Photograph of signature "Jack Peter Forest" from California 

Driver' 8 license #G 631443 (liioar itei#17) 

Cc6 Photograph of signatures "Oielia Rodrigues" and "Jack Forest" 

oS|iy5Q|l*ie&e#itity cards #364-56-8026 and #^9-56-111^ respectively 






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^ SPE CIMEN CHECK ^ AMOUNT DATE PAYABLE TO SIGNED BANK 

Qfil J-hotograph ol •igiiature "John F ortftt " on C re dit ca rd Hcc oimt 
#09-31330, iBBued by J.a. Hogle & Co. (Your Item #19) 

Qc8 Photograph of signature "Ofella Bodrlguei" on Voter** ^gistratioh 
Certificate, CeHfomia{ Your Item #20) 

Qe9 Photograph of •igoeture "Richard Hatch" on American Bzpreaa C^Tioc. 
traveler's cheque ( Your item #21) ' 

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Q$10 Photograph of Pom B.3, Application foa^ Heglatratlon , it 
Mrs. Michael Taylor, under British Hetioaality Act, 19118, 
Section 6 (2) (Your item ^2$) 

Qcll Photograph ofreverse aide of Fonn R.3, Application for 
Begistrgtlon, of Mrs, Michael Taylor(«ka Ofelia Taylor) 
under British Hationality Act, 19i+8, Section 6 (2) (Your item #26) 

Qel2 Photf^raph of hand printing appearing on passport applieatlOB 
form, Application for Irish fasaport by Hichael Joseph 
Taylor (Your item #2?) 

Qpl3 PhotogPgph of reverse aide of page 1 of Application for Irish 

Paasport by Michael Joseph Taylor, ahowing Certiflcat* of Ooarantor 
aS Alex Soharf (Your item #26) 



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Qfilk Photograph of Form A, Registration of Births ahd Deaths Act»Id63 
for Kiehasl Tajlor (Your item #29) 

Q0I5 Photograph of list of nsmea in ink b*giaaii« with *VilIls« O* 

Blsck, Sootlaod" and notation in ink on back of U.S. Post Office 
receipt #63792 for registered article. Station #63 » Baltimore, 
Meryland5/26/60y the notation being "Henrr B. 220 Grande Allee £• 
La 9I4.73O" (Your item #30) 

Qel6 Photograph of rsvarsa aids of list of nattos of Ztsm #30 and 
photograph of American Express traveler's ehsoue #P7 993 215 
showing signs cure" Richard Hatch** (Your Itna #31) 

Qal7 Photograph of list of aamoa in ink of numbers » addresses and 

notations, signifiganoe unknown (Tour item #32) ^ 

Qcl8 Photograph of list of names in pencil beginning with "56 Oox^AoH 

Anderson" and signature "Richard Hatch ^39Spazks" on agreement to 
r^t aero-sonic instrument from finporium of Mu8ie« 214 Vo« Sierx^ 
St., Reno, HeTada (Your item #33) 

Qcl9 Photograph of document in German lanniage dated Juno 2« 1926 (Tour 
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Seventeen photographs of unidentified nale and 
female, your items #'• 1 through 12, 22 through 
24, 35 and 36 

imideatified 
Thirty-Six negatives of/male and female and 
signatures and documents of CHARLES M. BLACK, 
MICHAEL J. TAYLOn, and OFELIA EODfli.IGULS 



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FRANCIS PARKER TOCKET, aka,, 
REGISTRATION ACT; ISA »50; 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS 
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ALL ir:FDRr.:ATIOM CONTAINED 
HEREIN IS Ui^CLASSIFIED^ 



On 1/6/SQ, INS, San Francisc^ 
copy of an affidavit fiirnlshed INS by 
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"The affidav^^jets out the Initial meeting between >' 
prisoner fll^HHBand Yockey in Miami Beach, Florida. 
However, afflBn^^Llled to state that Yockey, at that 
time introduced himself as Mr. Blair, first name unknown. 
It was also established that the address in Havana, Cuba, 
mentioned in the affidavit, was dictated by Yockey to 
{■■■■■■^ The Informant then recorded the address on the 
maPffRl^^ge of a newspaper page. 

^HBHipj^further reported he was known as Dale Marcus, 
eSloy«^Dy the Arrow Television Company, on Arthur 
Godfrey Road, Miami Beach, while residing in that area. 
He could not or would not furnish his exact address. To 
the best of his recollection, affiant believed Yockey and 
his associates resided in the Nelson Hotel, Miami Beach, 
Florida, at the time. 

"Informant also advised that Yockey Inferred he would be 
unable to deliver the message himself. VJhen asked to 
explain why, Yockey said, »You will rea^^^n the 
newspapers.' Yockey then requested j|HIH||p to advise 
his sister, Mrs. William P. Coyne, what naa Happened to him. 

"No discussion was had betweer^h^wo prisoners concerning 
poison or suicide. It was ^■■■■^oplnion that Yockey 
concealed and carried the poison Into the County Jail with 
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"Dnanuel, last name unknown; 40 to J2 years fl^V/^tHns 
f^et six inches tall; 200 pounds, stout and heavy, wearing 
horn-rimmed glasses and has a mustache. 

"Shena Dietz, 30 to 32 years of age; five feet seven inches 
taufdark hJir, attractive. ; Surname could be spelled 
Diece or Diaz. 




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-he pertinent text of the affidavit, executed by 
:at tSe county Jail on 7/1/60 in the presence of 
BOGGESS, INS Investigator, is as follows. 






ii-r^^^^^^^^^^^^^Hwas born at|BBBH|H^(^f} 

^RSCe the following statement as to ray 

back while I was In Hiaml Beach, JSi a^^.^^^^^ ^ ^^"^^ ^^^^ 
took place ia.^ilf ''"* " * "*" 

prisonexD w inmates and he asked me 11 x 

was approached ^y °2^.°;i,^2Sat^ment I did not. Then - he 
remembered him. Rif^* **.^^* "°Sad met at a cocktail lounge 
v:^nt on to ^^f^^J;" ^J^f .^f ^^.^ty partof this year. After 

m Mi«f^^J^^»;'f?Sis I Sid recall this meeting and also 
he reminded me of this J. aia icua mmate t\irned 

recalled meeting this man at that tune, xnis j.im 
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"We talked for a few minutes and he asked me to come 
to the rear of the Jail and talk to him. We went back 
near a radltor, sat down and the following conversation 
Li took place, 

; i "He told me that~he needed help badly and asked me if I 

• would help him. I said I would and so he gave me the 

~:i following information, that he wanted me to deliver to 

ykanual in the editors office of the Bohelman Magazine In 
- n Havana, Cuba. He (Mr. Yockey) gave me this address Ar53-2T 

Calle - Entre 2 y 4th Calle, Vedado, Havana, Cuba. I was 
to give this address to Qnanual and tell him to pass It on 
to someone by the name of Alferd,^ He would no what to do. 

"Mr. Yockey appeared to rae to be very desperate about 
this message and told rae that If I would do this the 
people there would take caro of rae financially and also 
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1 • ' two other people with him. One was-TTellow bjr^he name 

'■ ■■ of Bnanual and the other was a. girl named SheriarSietz,, 

.$.. , I was to call this girl at the Elmundo News Paper concerning 

r<-;- financial help. 

1. "My first meeting with these people took place under these 

! circumstances. I went Into what I remember to be the 

I cocktail lounge in the Florlntlne, Hotel, to get a drink. 

I ■ These three people were sitting at the bar at this time. In 

I some way we got into a conversation about Havana. After we 

talked about this for some time we introduced ourselves, 
bougKt-each other drinks and become quite friendly, i joxa 
; them I intended to go down to Havana for a week end and so 

* . Mr. Yockey gave me his card and told me to call him when I 

i got there. I spent app. two hours (as near as 1 can 

remember) with these people at that time. Two nights later 
I went back into this place and these same people were there 
only they. were sitting at a pftftno bar and Mr. Yockey was 
flaying the piano. At this time I stayed in their company 
for an hour or so. I left then and never seen them again 
until I met Mr. Yockey in the county jail here in San 
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>8tify or to be of any aid in this matter I am very 
ifigp.llng to do so. 

"fes statement is true and correct to the best of my 
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FRANCIS P. TULLY, Security Office, U.S. Department 
of State, San Francisco, has been furnished the aforementioned 
inforlation by INS. TULLY advised on 7/6/60 that his office, 
in connection with their pending i'^^l^i^y/fSa^J;"? Possible 
passport violations on the part of associates of YOCKEY, would 
renuest that the U.S. Qnbassy in Havana make inquiry regarding 
the persons and firms mentioned in the aforementioned material. 

Indices of the San Francisco Division contain no 
record Ident ifiable with th^ndlvidual^^ru^^^ons 

I */C/ mentioned hy^KtKK/KtKl^ mKffKKffl^KI^^^^^^^^^ '" 

J? J was the Sub.lect of the l-nv estigation cap\ ■■ , , ^, 

iy^]).JjMmgJlgjjjJllJgg/^//ggg^}ie has a criminal record dating from 

^ T93! 

The aforementioned' data is being furnished the Bureau 
for information pui>poses and no action is being taken by San 
Francisco regarding this information. 

A report Is currently in transcription in Instant 
case and will be submitted by San Francisco in the Immedtte 
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suicide and obviously, ''^^^^^ /f."? *5 °°!|rt"|nd ?Sa Matters and 
behalf of the State «>eP'**"??*„»*"*S"|e!?niaultinB of a Federal 
a potential count i" ^o-?*'^""; '"a StGition d"l not rest at that 
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tl be just as intent as the press " t^^^i^M even aller ?he 

this has constituted an added ^V^^lfJ^^^t press, whxch has ^or 
wind'of.ili to 9ontinue ^ressxng in-the^aatter . ! n.c«"^ ' 

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mLely as a matter of information, that they intended to have INS 
at Beno check into the matter si^nceSCHARFxs an alien. - - 

^^^■^^' AS reflected by our airter of '6/9/60 sent prior to YOCKEY's 
suicide Ld Bureau answer of 6/16/60, we would have ^H^llfH,,^^^^ 
conducted an interview of YOCKEY. Reference xs made to our radxogram 

jp c/Tc/nn +rN +hni- *>ffprt Now. due to tbe sxtuatxon, xnxs oiiit^t? 
nrooosesm?B merely ?o*have the Bureau check through the various 

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concerning YOCKEY soleirf^Sm-thitT^THSco^gly, we have not set 

oSri^yliads whatsoever beyond to f^^if^^ *^%=^^*^Ji^l.!? Hl^ wn 
Laboratory. As the Bureau is aware, it is photostats that have been 

fSnIshe7;o the Laboratory, while t^%?^igi°?i%SrLi^?Sal lac? 

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■ Mr. CAVAKAUGH advises me that; as far. as the TOCKEV case is 

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discovery from the materials at ^lashingto.n. 

AS far* as SCHARF is concerned I. there is no allegation what- 
soever of 'a^ subs?r; on the -Si??L'to'Lra?eVif oftriSttiate 
worthv of setting us into the situation to ^^^ate nim or lo ^. 

!n faci loday^lfSII^Ihe request of AUSA «IU,IAH CLAMCY for our 
Jotflfilel concerning YOCKEY and SCHAM. I aia advised by Br. CLANCY] 
ih^? AI.SA JAMS SCHNAKK is still pushing very bard in this matter 
:S5*ift!ysTo^^^™rand arrest SCHAB. and Jri-g '.im bofor|^a ^^^^ 

activities. Thus despite the «"*5H°tl*''*i?ua?i^ Along this line, 
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the "Tod Secret" file has been recexv^d from t^e Staxe uepari^meuj, 
th:t~I?^o:?rnot be revealed at^tb^s time; and further^ ^bat^^^^ 
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about the situation and told him that reports ^^^^^J^f^^^^f proper 
burnished to the State I>-P-J*'^??L^?Jf |^^,S ^Hhe^tlte Depa?tS^t 
security and that if any data * ^o?^ ,*?! . ^^J^ V^t^. Mr. SCHNAKE _ 
were revealed to the press it would be/atbxs perxi. ,. mt . owi«« 
said he didn't intend to reveal it. -,. ' V" ' 

^-■*^^- in summary! UACB.this'office^oes' not intend to get further 
into .the SCHARF or YCX^KEY affair. 

As of further additional data to the Bureau, AUSA SCHNAKE 
. . «+h.+?n essence what they have on SCHARF xs the fact 

advises me that, in essence, wuc.*. ni^jr yicr^ww in connection 

that he acted as a sponsor and guarantor of YO: KEY xnconnectxo 
with the British passport appHcatxon (the passport was xssuea; 

»i« QPWNAKT states that he intends to keep after 

the State Department, 

AS additional information is received, the Bureau will be 
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i' Federal authorities yes- 
terday sought to solve the 
riddle of what linked Nazi 
concentration camp victim 
Alex B, Scharfjto neo-Fas- 
;cist Francis PrYockey. 
r But even Scharfs closest 
;friends, including the pretty, 
idark-haired girl he once 
asked to marry him, were uii- 
^able to explain the stranf e 
Relationship. ■ '^ J ' 

p Yockey, F^ascist philosoph|r 
Und writer and associate of 
^former Hitler followers, com- 
Emitted suicide in the County 
jjail here early Friday while 
[being held on a passport 
^fraud charge/ 

Scharf, 31-year-old former 
principal of Temple Beth 
Abraham school in Oakland 
and victim of Nazi brutality 
it Auschwltr concentration 
camp in World War II, has 
disappeared. 
^ AT APARTMENT 

^ It was in* Scharfs #319^ 
apartment that FBI ^etrts 
found Yockey two weeks ago. 
l^harf since dropped £rom 
&|ht and is now being sougit 
!bi Federal' authorities ffr^ 

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San Francisco, California 

Date: 6-?0-60 

Edition: nilAL 

City Editor: ABE IlELLUfliDEL. 

Publisher: Charles de 

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Author: 
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|Cohen-Sitt. of 115 ' Beula \ 
ktreet, San Francisco. 

J Mrs. Silt met her husband , 
Ezra, while dating Scharf last 
year. Sitt was Schar^'s room- 
mate and a teacher at Temple 
Beth Abraham school Scharf 
had once asked Mrs. Sitt to 
mairy him. He served as an 
usher at her wedding in 
January, and remained a 
friend.' 

"Alex was not the kind of 
person you could get close 
to," she said. "He was very 
sad and very serious, and 
iven though he was likabte 
I e was always distant." * J , 

She said Scliarf was intelli- 
gent and sensitive, with a, 
deep feeling for Orthodo:< 
Jewry, and a man who kept 
himself remote as a result of 
long years of fear un^.er 
brutal Nazi treatment in 
Europe, i ' 

"His meeting with Yockey 
must have come from soone- 
thing out of Europe years 
ago," she said. *'He was a boy 
of 18 and he wandered for 
piany years after tlic wAr." 

Scharf led a modest bachi 
achoolteachor*8 life 

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Reno gambling casino, &1^ 
said. 

Scharf never mentioned 
Yockey to any of his acquain- 
tances here, Mrs. Stitt said. 

Assistant United States 
Attorney W. P. Clancey said 
Scharfs ballered 1956 yel- 
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their search yesterday for 
Alex^B. iScharf, 32, the 
mysterious friend of Fas- 
cist - jvprsliipijig, :. Francis 
Parker Yockey/ who com- 
mitted 'suicide in his jaU 
cell here last week. 

■ Assistant U. S. Attorney 
William* R'Clancey Jr. de^ 
scribe* Scharf as "the key 
man in the case at this point/* 
and said he .expected his 
ips^ soon. 

''W'e doubt if he 
enough money to leave 
country, and we have reason 
to. believe he Is somewhere 
in the ' western United 
States/Vsaid Clancey. 

Gone in Hcute 

Scharf, a former 5130 a 
week teacher of Hebrew- at 
llhe Temple Beth Abraham 
School T'^in Oakland, disap- 
Speared mysteriously and 
hurriedly, after Yocke/a 
arrest. 

^' Clancey said he left in such 
3iaste that most of his be- 
;ion|ings were Igit behind in 
^ ,apartment4i|j^^^ 

P'lt^was at ms apartment 
thatV,Ypckcy|Nras sUying 
i»rhen he was'^tticked down 
iy- the: JBI two weeks agr * 
*ft' the' time, agents fou 
•ee "passports in his pol 
sion/fall ' bearing diffej 
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Certificates to obtain seven 
nore passports. 
. JThe 43 year old Yockey 
vlas awaiting a hearing to de- 
termine bail on a passport 
^raud charge when he ended 
his life in his County Jail cell 
by swallowing cyanide. 

•There are a lot of ques- 
tions we want to ask Scharf/' 
Esid Clancey. "and we*re 
hopeful that he can give us 
some of the answers. There 
is no one else in the investi- 
gation so far that looks as 
promising." ' 

Clancey said he expected 
results today from a hand- 
writing analysis that would 
show who made out an appli- 
cation found in Scharf's 
apartment for an Irish pass- 
port in the name of "Michael 
Taylor." 
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Iolved in what? Well, we still ^nd Homicide Inspector Ralplf 
on't know/^ ' "■ McDonald continued their iiJ 

"Wc know Scharf has al- vestigation into the suicide^ 
ready lied to us once. He told 'The question of how Yockcy 
us that Yockey was a stranger obtained the cyanide with 



when he invited him to stay 
at his apartment But we 
know now Scharf had known 
Yockey for more than a year 
before that." 

The FBI "drew a blank" in 
questioning Scharf after 
Yockey's arrest. Clancey said. 

Mystery man Yockey con- 
tinue dto be more of a puzzle 
in death that he ever was in 
his cloak-and-dagger life 
SECURITY CASE 

Clancey and local State De- 
partment RepresenUtive 
James Cavanaugh said they 
were still ii^terested in the 
case for "security reasons" 
Nor had the riddle of Yock- 
jey's many passports and the 



I DEEPENING PUZZLt |ev's many passpons anu uic 
•*lf it is Scharf's handwrit-ldetails of his globe-trotting 
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which he killed himself still 
had not been answered. 

Carberry said it would have 
been "impossible" for an 
ordinary visitor to smuggle it 
into thejail since a thick wire 
mesh separates prisoners^ 
from visitors. Only Yockey sj 
attorneys and FBI agenU had 
access to the prisoner with- 
out the intervening barrier. 

Authorities beUeve that 
either another prisoner, jail 
trusty or employe smuggled 
in the poison; that Yockey 
obtained it when he left jail 
on one of his three appear- 
ances before the U.S. Com- 
missioner on the matter of 
bail, or that he carried it wip 
him before his arrest and It 



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' ij-es^ed' and where, he got liS 

"* lohey/ He was being' hild 



led jfeuicide. 
^itai being sought as a ma- 
terial witness is Alexander 
Sdiarf, 31, former education- 



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y^- .-■■ ^♦♦-^^ fitiohey.' He was oeing: nma 
U- Ciiirirlo ftf ^on'^e pasport charge under. 
or jUICIUC^Vi ' $50p) bail when he commit- 

'Mystery Nl^;,; 

P Francis Parker Y<rtkferai^iiirector of Temple Beth 
^may have been driven to sui- Abraham in Oakland. It was 
?cide by a tormenting feaiyof j^ gc^harf^s apartment at 465 
being certified,, as "isa^^y| B^lleyuc Ave. that >Yockey 
W<^^^3^^^^-' ' * wa^frrested June 6. .' 

: This was revealed today by jrEy man IN CASE . . 
federal authorities prjo^^f - l^jt US. Attv. WUliam P.; 
.the mysterious life and^eath.; . 535^5 'scharf is the 

of the alleged associate of. ^J?n^y ''^- /»<*'" ^ «♦ *u;c 
^i aod anU^emiUc wgan-; -key uiian in the case at.^thi.^ 

F^^t^'^svchiatric cxamitoUon-^Sdlarf. who spent some of < 
orJer^/bv Feder^^ war years in a nazi cor. 

WeDEX.\M ^-;,;fciaTcy said he found tf 

Judge Sweigert ordered-.Uie g^j^j^.j abandoned apart-! 
examination last^ f^n^'y- menHan application for an 
Yockey. 47. <f pi' J»"=qrron, j^j^ p^rt in the name 
Saturday in his San Mi; ^j "Michael" Taylor." Hand- 
dsco County jail cell. V ^-^ j writing experts are checking 
- Emmet Hagerty, YoA^^^ handwriting on the appl- 
second attorney, said ».-*^ catiotf. 
.court hearing before Sw«fiprt I^'^TOLVED 

lfn»t^nn would be thatitlm writing proves to be Scharl s, 
terbe cSified as insan. .>th«»;he may be deeply in- 

and committed to ^nin^^gg^ ^^, ^„„ Yoc.ey 
rTh» fh-orv that he pat&^ fbrr about a year, according 

„lJ?ly Ked examlna«oW. to. Clancy. b"t told Fedexa 
ffllh psychiatrist., wai ««, Authorities he had Just met 

IvmloDcd later by the govern: him June 5. j , 

jvelopea lawi u, 6 -■ , . .^g^i n v e s 1 1 g a 1 1 o n bito ■ 

»"^^^ T,m=nv ri TTF ^' - tockeVs activiUes and the 
:HUNT POISON CLUE l^ei-Scharf Ue-in is <tn- 

t Government o«i"aUjtt«« l ^^ ^^^^.y ^^id. ■ | 

probing the r < « « ff^J -^SSefc ' 

Yockey's suicide, ag^t 

to know where he5Ritf»ei 

ooison to take his W^:,WJ 

Ipeculate now that «tne 

Inother prisoner or an en 

Woyee smuggled it; to him. 

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Oakland, California 
Date : 6-20-60 

Edition: FINAL ,,„^^^ „ r.^^„ 
City Editor: ALFRED P. RECK 
Publisher: JO.'^EPH P.. KHO^aAND 
Author : 
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With the death of Yockey, the passport violation and the 
Assaulting of Federal Officer violation, which have been foUowedby the 
Investigative Division, are being closed. 

San Francisco airtel of 6-20-60iEeflects that correspondence 
between the Bureau and the State Department, concerning security phases of 
the Yockey situation, has been aUowed to leak to the press by the U. S. 
Attorney's Office. SAC Auerbach has called to the attention of the 
U S Attorney's Office the fact that Bureau information was furnished to 

the s'tate Department solely on a loan basis and should not be revealed, 

SAC, San Francisco, has indicated that he did not intend to go 
further into the Yockey affair. 

No further investigation is contemplated by the Investigative 
Division and any further checks of a security, nature ^^to the ^^ackground 
and activities of Yockey should be handled by the Domestic Intelligence 
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f;^:is PARKER yockey, assaulting tederal-officer, pa'ssport 

MATTER, SELECTIVE SERVICE ACT NINETEEN FORTYEIGHT, REGISTRATION f^C^T.^. 
INTERNAL SECURITY ACT OF NINETEEN 'FIFTY; 'M .UREAU REQUEST FOR DATA" - 
AS TO SEARCH OF SUBJECT AT TIME % ARREST'W JUNE SIX LAST. SUBJECT 
WAS GIVEN A PRELIMINARY PERSONAL'SEARCH AT TIME OF ARREST IN FRONT OF 
SCHARF KONE AND WAS HANn 'il^f ^^ i'rM . fe 'lN BUREAU CAR AND DRIVEN TO 
OAKLAND CITY JAIL BY AGENTS. HE WAS^AKEN'TO BOOKING DESK AND WAS 
■REOUESTED TO TURN OVER HIS VALUABLES 'tOR'ENVELOPE SAFEKEEPING BY POLICE 
DEPARTMENT, FOR WHICH HE WAS GIVEN 'RECEIPT. AT THAT TIME SUBJECT HAD 
TWENTYTWO HUNDRED SEVENTYSIX DOLLARS IN BILLS ON HIM AND WAS MOVED 
FROM BOOKING DESK TO SIDE CONFERENCr'TiOOM WHILE "i't WAS COUNTED IN HIS 
PRESENCE. AFTER THAT HE WAS IMMEDIATELY 'COMPLETELY STRAPPED, IN 
ACCORDANCE WITH HOT ONLY BUREAU TOLrCYBVT OAKLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT 
REGULATIONS, BY AGENTS AND POLICH-DEPARTMENT JAILER. AS REQUIRED BY 
POLICE DEPARTMENT REGULATIONS, PERSONAL SEARCH OF OUTSIDE BODY OPENINGS 
WERE EXAMINED BY JAILER IN PRESENCE ttF AGENTS. AGENTS THEn' GAVE COMPLETE 
SEARCH OF CLOTHING IN ALL DETAIL,' 'INCLUDING SEAMS, POCKETS, BELT, LOOPS, 
CUFFS, LAPELS. LININGS, ETC. SUBJECT-S BOOTS WERE ALSO COMPLETELY 
EXAMINED. SUCH -THING ^EARCH HANDLED ^AGENT^^N^P^^^^^ 

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'HE WAS 'then" UNDER CONIROL OF POLICE DEPARTMENT a1 ^AGENTS LEFT BEFORE 
SUBJECT-S CLOTHING RETURNED TO HIM AND NOT KNOWN WHAT CLOTHING SUBJECT 
WAS REDRESSED IN BUT BY INQUIRY NOW ADVISED THAT SUBJECT UNDOUBTEDLY 
HAD SAME CLOTHING RETURNED TO HIM AS PRISON GARB NOT NORMALLY USED BY 
POLICE DEPARTMENT AT BOOKING TIME, SUBJECT HAD NO ACCESS TO ANY OTHER 
PERSON, CLOTHING OR OBJECT FROM TIME OF ARREST UNTIL CONTROL TRANSFERRED 
TO POLICE DEPARTMENT. NO CONTACT WHATSOEVER HAS BEEN HAD BY AGENTS WITH 
SUBJECT THEREAFTER. FOR INFORMATION OF THE BUREAU, SUBJECT REMAINED 
OAKLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT JAIL UNTIL MORNING OF JUNE EIGHT, NINETEEN 
SIXTY, WHEN HE WAS TRANSFERRED TO SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY JAIL BY TRANS- 
PORTATION BY U.S. MARSHAL. THEREAFTER HE WAS IN ACTUAL PHYSICAL CUSTODY 
OF SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY SHERIFF-S OFFICE BEING HELD FOR U.S. MARSHAL. 
DURING PERIOD SUBJECT WAS TAKEN BY U.S.MARSHAL FROM SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY 
JAIL TO COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, U»S, COURT HOUSE, EIGHT TIMES FOR 
HEARINGS ON ARRAIGNMENT, BAIL, REDUCTION, QUESTION OF ORDER FOR 
PSYCHIATRIC TREATMENT, TO VISIT WITH HIS SISTERS, ETC. BUREAU-S 
ATTENTION IS DIRECTED TO THE FACT SUBJECT WAS PERMITTED TO BE INTER- 
VIEWED BY VARIETY OF INDIVIDUALS, SUCH AS PRESf PHOTOGRAPHERS, AND 

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MISCELLANEOUS PERSONSi AS WELL AS FAMILY. FROM WHOM HE CONCEIVABLY 

COULD HAVE RECEIVED POISON POWDER, AND IT IS TO BE NOTED THAT SUBJECT-S 

SISTER, ALICE SPURLOCK, IS A NURSE IN A SALINAS, CALIFORNIA, HOSPITAL 

AND THAT THE OTHER SISTER CAME ALL THE WAY FROM WASHINGTON WITH THE 

INTENTION OF HAVING SUBJECT COMMITTED. 

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FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS; 
REGISTRATION ACT; INTERNAL SECURITY 
ACT OF 1950 




the death of Yockey. 



This IS to advise ol the circumstances surroun^ 



Ol XOCKcy. ^ " 

*■ A ^r^ +hP San Francisco County Jail 
yockey was confined 1» «e San^Fr ^^^^^ 




yockey was confined i",^*"^,^^?,^^ coQn^y iheriff 
under the jurisdiction of t^e San Franc! ^^^^ ^^ 

when he was found ««»:»,»*J;?%^te no messages which I know 

preliminary e^^f-jf ^Jbstaicf o^ unknoJn%iipos?tion 
dehydrated condition ^J^^/^i^fh^SSlups. Subsequently, an 
appeared in area of outer mouth and lip^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ cyanide 

examining t°^i«°l°P^i/?u?s vas determined to be the cause of 
in Yockey »s stomach and this was aei. 

death. 

^^ ^pr^oF YOCKEY IN CONNE CTION fflTH ARREST: 

subject was f^ven a preliminary personal ^se^^^^ 
time of arrest in front of the ^ouse jrhere ^^.^^^ ^^ ^^^ 
5e was handcuffed, placed xa » B^^eau car ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ 
Oakland City Jail by Agents. After he na ^ receipt, 
turned over his valuables for which be wg^^ ^^^ of outsxde 

he was completely f "Pf ^;^rchld h?s clothing in all detaxl 
body openings and Agents searcnea n lapels, Ixnmgs 

liraVorti^Thi'crtSrs'sfai^ch^^^^^^^ 

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EE: FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY 

. The -subject was -in the Oakland P""" f ||f ??^Llsco 
Jail ultll June 8, when he ''«t'^='°=f"ft*LnlytL Marshal 
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and miscellaneous persons. 

ACTION : 

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TO : DIRECTOR, FBI (105-8229) . ^^te: 7/11/60 
FROM :^ X SAC, SAN FRANCISCO (105-1769) 

L^^V a 

suBjECTiiT' FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY, aka.,' ' 
«^' REGISTRATION ACT; ISA '50; 

PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS . ... 

Enclosed herewith for the information of. the 
Bureau are two photostat copies of New York '^^^^^^ J^^J;^,^^^^^., 
Angeles dated 7/6/60, captioned "BENJAMIN SCHARF, INFORMATION 

CONCERNING." I.. 

/, The data contained in New York letter has been 

/hi furnished to the State Department and INS, San Francisco, and 

X no additional action is contemplated by San Francisco 

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RaBEOT«E.BWUiE3 concerning BENJAMliJ SCHARP I 

advised that he had received an 

inaulry a-bout BENJAMIN SCHARP, ftwn a »»;WP;SSLj"sCHJ«F 
SSSJS, California. _The newspaper^ wlcedwheth^^^ 



iraa advised by that SCHARP had attended the Neir _^ , 



the achoolc 



• alao advised that he had received a 

*letter dated o/8i/bO from SAMUEL 3WPIR at a theological r- , 
school in Cuba. PAPIR'e addreas la* , , ' 

Plantel 4el Centre 

laraellte de Cuba 

Santos Suerer, Habana, Cuba. 

Telephone •nunber I 1-7068-1-6584 • 



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(^ Sail PranolBCO (RM) 
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that SClli\RP had 



HYC and uaed that as a referenoe. 
. • alao atated that he had t»een notified 



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FBI alght be looking for SCtfARP^ 



* ' advised that he la leaving on a trip 
on thlB date and that he willlretum onJ/B/60._ He^adviaed 



.Should oontaot 



the NYC BChool. 



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AIRTEL 



PIAIN TECT 



(Type in p/a«n text or corfe> 

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TO: X DIRECTOR, FBI (105-8229) ATTENTION; 

FM'I: sac, SAN FRANCISCO (105-1769) 

SUBJECT: CHANGED ^^z 

-Francis parker-yoc:key, aka., _. , 

Richard Allen 

REGISTRATION ACT; ISA OP 1950; 
\ PASSPORT AND VISA>^MATTERS 
00: CHICAGO 



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itter is being changed to 
a name-.iised-by..YOCKEy in 

CLASS. * 

DATE OF EEVIEW lo-^l'^"<^ 



-by..YOCKEy in . 

EXT. BY S^/ Wy^-J 
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The title of instant , 
include the name RISU^ RTT^T.T.'RN, 
Monterey, California, in 195^. 

D0CUI4ENTS INYOCKEY'S EFFECTS: 

Enclosed herewith to the Laboratory is one photostat 
copy each of /♦'.i' items of personal identification, political 
material, and obscene matter found in YOCKEY's suitcase, brief- 
case and personal effects at the time of his arrest in Oakland, 
California, on 6/6/60. The original documents have been turnea 
over to the Security Division of the State Department, San 
Francisco, for possible use in their inquiry regarding possible 
passport violations. No copies of the obscene material have 
been* retained by San Francisco. The State Department has been 
requested t©\ refer to the U.S. Attorney the existence of 
"^^ \data contained in yOCKEY's effects. 

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^^^m- j.iic Laboratory is requested to compare the typing of i / 
three obscene documents with the typewriter specimens takeiWcf 
from YOCKEY's typewriter and which were forwarded to the / 
Laboratory as enclosures to San Francisco letter to the Directoi* 
dated 6/13/60. The Laboratory is also requested to compare 
these prnographic documents with available obscene data in the 
Bureau's files. In view of the personality of YOCKEY, the 
possibility exists that he nay have engaged in the writing of 
pornographic material, either commercially or as^a matter of 
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( 100 -2 5647 j (.AM REG. 



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f £j^i^- V^^^^'^^^ ;*' The Laboratory is "requested^to^ compare the^ polltl6a^, 
r?.tt-^^Cv^Wterl^l'co m yoCKEY/s effects with the security flle^^ 
' 'MW0^'of^Bim^ political writings m an effort to determine: if YOCP 
J ^Pi^-i ' is;;^heiauthor.- of ^.thls material ;orrlden^ the authors, v^vx^:7t/ 

'' -'^^i'^-:^]^ also requested to evaluate ^the^'*;^^^^ 

J feocuments contained/in YOCKEy»s possession in so far,a&ythe'|^^^^^^^^^ 




* Jrvi^^;^.*] /eecurity aspects * of i'thls matter are concerned. V -^ 

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^-* *,v.v. y^^•A^..^.•.vIt ' Is noted: that -photographs .of YOCKEY' 3 passport *>?- ■^«, ■'•- -' ■ 
^^^i^-^-under the ^ name" H)WARD MAX PRICE (BRICEMAN), enclosed .herewith,^.;. ^>. .^^^ 
""'.^•^^'donot'^contaln- pages 6 and ^T-'-lnasmuch as these pages = In' the-;]..-. ^- 



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fe^^V--'' passport were blank and weref^not^ -photographed. .. , . .... 
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DATA FURNISHE D BY FELLOW PRISONERS •QP'YOCKEY; ' J : • ' ^ • "?> 

I^Vii^^'i"^^^^^^ noted In San FranclBoo- Alrtels to the Director .; I.t^. .^^ j 
|^i:^<' 6/13/60 and 6/15/60, ^'PHILLIP PETER GALATI and JACK HAROp *- '^' ' r^;^?;^ .4. 
i^^;;;/*FAMBR0UGH, prisoners at San Franclscoi^unty Jail,' furr^ehedj •- ,^ ,y^ .J 
S^^vX information regarding the'- escape plot involving them and-YOCKEY.;:..^^;>^ j 
'""""'- In 'addition, the two men observed that- based upon numerous ■ . ; • 
■'conversations with .YOCKEy:'in.:.th&^-Jaia,^t hey developed an Intense- ; 
dislike for YOCKEY in view ofithe^lat^ter'santi-U.S. attitude. 
They described YOCKEY as "anti-everythingj anti-U.S., anti-Negro .. : 




and ant ir Jewish. 



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FAMBROUGH, a Negro,'^ gave YOCKEY the -impression that 
FAMBROUGH was a Cuban and YOCKEY-^old the two men that after 
their escape, from Jail, if 'they so desired, YOCKEY would either 
include them in his passportioperation-or furnish. them .with 
... money and travel documents -to -effect ^;heir flight from the U.S. _^ 
-X .at 'either' San Antonio or Florida ^-Guba.- YOCKEY ^toldFAMBROpH ,g 
i^^j^-.' that/ he left Cuba three - four-ffionths-iago -and was well connected ^ .- 
'-' - with^the Castro Regime. FAMBROUGH '^deitfribed YOCKEY as a brilliant >; 
..:...-: person: with no practical intelligence. / YOCKEY told GALATI tha.t_v, ' 
^'^^'.. he had recently gone to Cuba and had attempted to see CASTRO , . 
S^'T'^is.'ijut' had 'only gotten as far.aa::one\of-l<JASTRO's secretaries.^- \ - -= 




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■"*fe^'-'^ ■•-?■'• -■*-'■■:' ':»'••.£.. .,,60 and admitted that she 
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•-that YCX:KEY was admitted ^^ J^^.^i-Jrmy Hospital/ Ft. Gordon, 

I private sauitorium, ^ !;°S *^| l^^^^tlfpr ae?ox . He was released 
00^^1/15/43 with a diagnoses ^f de^^^J^ /^^^^^ .. psychopathic 
fe .on 1/24/43 with a diagnosis oi par*u 

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!R;KEY at the ban I*a»"5^^i^?^^^iJS^e^ o? hlt'^iniei^ie^ith 
not been contacted regardlJ>g5Jthe51tt«3ffi*<»,^ " ^ - r- 

. -4+HvnrKFY^^Bfttelephonically 
prior to his interview with ^^^^A^^^Ued about the 
contacted t^e San Francisco Office J^^^^/^^/i^aglh of YOCKEY's 

kby^ ^• -- ^ ^ _4 11 Vaureo in the near future.. .. ' 



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IfS^i^iv'l: >■■•.•,- >->.- -■ FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION^.. „ l^-y^ .v.;;v:.-a^.^-^^-V 
.; f^C;: V^^ - W» Ban PranclBCo (106-1769)*./;. 

r 7r^*^!»^^^ FRAHCIB PARKER. ;yqClDSY,^*ka^>:\p^ ^^Vj^ V A \ :) 
- ^mW-'<' ■• RICHARD ALLEN ' = ^^.•^"/.:. nV VJ 



June 24, 1960 



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John Edgar Hoovar. Oli^ctoi ."' <:, i ;; ^ 




RICHARD ALLEN 

REGISTRATION ACT} 

ISA Of 1950; 

PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS,^. ^- 






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FBI , San ■ Franci»oo_^ 5,/;: 



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S& .VqcS Photcft Of 18-p.g."obe«n.,tnH>«"t.o Oocu-9,nt cptioned. 

■1',. ^wo ^«*^yu»" "H^ iHflntlflcation cards, typewritten articles 

1^^*^^ if??alnlnrto political philosophies, metaphysics. 

^,;' JSycSoSo^. St?, and other .iscellaneous documents 



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j 4"^;- --^S^?^ The typewriting pb! 0(3 through <JC4 w"'^?;*^"!^""*' - 

. ^;^:e^,;thlaateriarS^.^K«ilar:^M^r•>^ 

% #'-^;'th«-Bur««|U*« attsntlon. ^ -!:- '-irii-.v;. .^^r..- • --; .•=::..-.^ y 

I ^1:^:^'^ »-:^'^ The typewriting onY^ tJ^'J^^^^JJ**^^*^?:^!^ 
J #/t on the Olivetti typewriter, fpecl-en* of which appear on spec 
W f^' ' K3 and on Kl, previously submitted. 

^ - The typewriting comprising the articles pertaining 

^ #;^ - to political pSlloJSjrii. wL BO? Identified with any material 
.: f ...:i_i?e?;oi;iy .uhmitted to the Laboratory. 

■ >rci;n= . ^11 ^j tbe typewriting on the 'ol^^^^g •^i^J^'* 
— ^{^-^TO^yped on the bL.. .ate'of typewrlt^^ 

. !?b.Loaeh ■__»»■ . *yP*° " * ,._t „* - auffiolent number of identiiying 



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* m) iV ISr (1) Article hekded 'Tro. GLIMPSES OF THE GREAT by r ;;. 
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^?^- Vt;- ^nrhere there is one ...»♦ and ending >«. . .eeaentlally J 
'.fe^^ of naaee and kddr«a»es beginning 

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■r.m-r:- iSIngSSd AND AMERICA, by H. 0. Well.*' and -FROM SEX AKD 
K^^i^» CHARAC?rER, by Otto leininger," , 

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Laboratory Work Sheet 



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Date received: C/^^/^O 
Examination im l><)WI-6«tO 



^^'' /^riittch /^at-^et" f^ocKfY ,0.^., 

ptSfpoht ^n«/ l/ire\ A7tf //r>-x 

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Examination requested: Doc. ... 

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WP'\« ■ ■ ^ ' • : Seferenaed San Trancispo airtel encloBed for 

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m^.^ political material, and oP'^'^^^^.^^^ZjCV^Jihl lit^ Ir him- 
^r-y r^uitcoBeM brief case, ^^ndpertfiPfil^jefffctBa^ ••' ;»?if. - 

• W'^^'^ametin'^Uand, California^ The FBI Laboratory 

f^mm^Smiw^ ^t is noted 

^. - mterial previouely submitted^.to this laboratory. The above- 
" 1^ ~„fro^/i>hotoatate, w«?i t/i* ejcception of three items of 

#-: I^ecene waiter, are herewith enclosed for Chicago ^'^J f *^^ 
:fe->; evaluate this material in so farasthsfecurity aspects ^f 
?./ ^ iwi^r.* «/^ concerned. J* is Mt beUeved the obscene ^ 
^' ^S^na^^has any security significance -find: is, therefore, not 
V. ':. ■ being enclosedn '•:. '• . '■ ' \ ' : -., -^^^t-V .?/-.--^--'.: • • .. ^^ ■ -' '• -- 

f fe '^ .^^---r' Chicago d after evaluaUng this material should 

fi^ X^' advise Bureau Aat, if anything; ftpu s,'4^curitvstar^^^^ 
I g V «;iouid 2>« dons before ^ringing^m otut^ to a 2oyioaI..,r - 



conclusion* ' '. ' ^^ ^:^A'^''^ -^-'iax V''^tr^''!^'^\r.:^K^Vi^^:^^!i^ ^'- • *l 

Enclosures (143) ' A: ; • v('!.::-.E CIIO'AmJ OTMUnVVlSE. • 



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^- rocfecy /« dead* He committed suicide on 6/17/6O, 

mile incarcerated in Oakland CowityJail ^^^rehexais 
■being held under $S0,000 bond for alleged violation of ■■ 
Title ie, Section $43, United States Code (making false 
statements in obtaining a passp77]t.under fraudulent name J. 
This complaint was signed by tl^^^tate Department*-,^' ^'- ■ ■ 




The originals of the material above referred to 
that ms found among Tockev's effects are U P;seff,f'<>;;^^^ 
of the State Department, llthough it is not believed there 
is anything in this material of security ^lanificance, 
it is^ felt that Chicago, which is office of origin, should 
examine same and make its ^.fecpmmendation as to ^^J J/..^^ 
arching, remains to be p^ng before bringing this matter 
to its logical conclusion* .^ 



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XrC-" ATVfPEL ^' ' •• AIR MAIL - REGISTERED ^ 

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v: TO:"-":'. "director", FBI (l05-:§22^) 

2^'pROMr^i SAC, SAN FRANCISCO ;;|jj3^17^), fiTT: FBI lABQRATOI 
'SUBJECT: FRANCIS PARKEkYOCKEY. aka.,' ^ ^ ^ ' ^ 

cv v<?^^ : Registration act; ^isa^ 50,: passport • ^ 

■ ; AND. VISA MATTERS'-^-i:i/eiV' "''■ \ .' . 

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6/13/60, wSereln variouB Photographs^were forwarded to ^^^ ^JjJ[P^ 
VCi^Co-hAmr. r.«ntloned UNSUB, alca'.,.mchard Hatch, ITSP. ^^^-v-^ 



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X.^-'r', •->.'• ^aTCH^as been Identified with captioned Subject and the 

instant matter by .Airtel date^i^'J^^- ' ^- - - - 

investigation indicates, that. YOCKEY is not identical 
• with UNSUBflkl!, Charles Bladk;"CTSP-.^-and the Laboratory m^ 
. llTreT^ ih, re4uest Pf Dallas-in^Jha^ respect. . ■ 

3 - Bureau (AM REG.) .• . > , ' / 

1 - Chicago (100-25647)(AM REG.)^ . ,, 

1 - Dallas (87-7804) (AM REG.)/ . ■ 

i - Baltimore (Info 105-643) (AM M».) 

I - SSi Orleans (lnfo)(87-7659|tA|rMX}.) 

1 . Seattle (105-349)(AM RE».n-^'f-^.>. . " ' 

1 - WFO (100-26536) (AM REG.)--' _, . . ^■ . • 

2 - sl (i - 105-17S9)(1 - 87-ja^I7l) , ^/ 

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FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS; 
REGISTRATION ACT; 
INTERNAL SECURITY ACT OF 1950 



ASAC Peet, San Francisco/ advised me that last nigh^i 

and said her name was|fH|^ 

^ San Francisc^Agent^- 

there is such an individual in the Saft Frai/cisco directory. 
J stated that she was not sure of the spelling of the name of 
was curious about this individual and she, therefore, 
the information outlined in the teletype. San Francisco has 
no record of her on file. We have no information as to her reliability, 
therefore. ' ' ' -'. . ' 

I told Peet that under the circumstances I did not see why 
we were treating this as confidential, that her identity would be of con- 
siderable assistance to the agencies that have to look into this matter. 
I asked him whether the Agent on duty had committed himself to treating 
the Information confidentially, and he said that no such promise was given. 
Under the circumstances I suggested that if they had no objection and as 
it would be of considerable assistance to the agencies responsible for the 
investigation they ought to disclose the informant's identity so that they 
could interview her at the outset. Previous e;5)erience has indicated 
that in many of these instances wljere the individual has given fragmentary 
information and has indicated a curiosity that they do not possess any ^*' 

substantial information and either get their information through Ouija f ^ 

boards or other sources which obviously are not reliable. 



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SAY THAT YOCKEY WAS GIVEN THE >oM|l||^ CYAN IDE PU^^^ 

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TITLE OF CASE 



FRANCIS P 



'ARKERnfi 



OCKEY, aka. 








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REPORT MADE BY 

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Report of SA EDWARD M. CUNNINGHAM dated J\ane 10, 
i960, at San Francisco, 



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ENCLOSURES TOt Chicago 

§1 l4l-photostat copies of items of personal identification, 
political material, and miscellaneous vtt»itten matter, 
all of which were contained in YOCKEY's effects. 

??2. 1 - photograph of YOCKEY's U, S, Passport. 

#3. 2 - photographs each of the following 23 items located 
in YOCKEY's effects: 

(a) Bank book from National Bank of Commerce, New ^, 
Orleans, Louisiana, ^^' 



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(t>) YOCKEY's eyeglasses, 

(c) Three keys, 

(d) Fourteen photographs of various persons, 

(e) Six photographs of YOCKEY, 



ADMINISTRATIVE 




:urnished information to Specia] 

Agents in 1955 regarding YXJCKEY, as reflected in the October 3, 
1955* Chicago report of SA LLOYD 0. BOGSTAD, 



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By Airtel dated June 7, I960, captioned "UNSUB, aka. 
Richard Hatch; ITSP, " Seattle furnished the following information 
regarding JACK PETER FOREST, apparently an alias of YOCKEY: 

On June 6, 1960, no record could be located for a 
library card of JACK PETER FOREST at Bellingham, Washington, Public 
Library, Card #59635 was issued to a JOHN FOREST in September 
1958, FOREST gave an address of 2522 Ceda^wood, Belllngham, 
and gave as a reference one E, J, BUCHANAN, same address, FOREST 
listed his occupation as writer. Attached to the application 
card was a "fine" for thirty cents postage due on an inter- 
library loan (a book) from Boise, Idaho, Public Library in 
approximately December 1958, This book was never picked up 
by FOREST, 

On June 7, I96O, city directories and credit records 
reflected JOHN FOREST moved into 2522 Cedarwood in September 1958, 



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coming from 636O Bryn Mawr, Hollywood, California, His 
occupation was shown as self-employed writer of radio script. 
Post Office records reflect FOREST moved to Reno, Nevada, in 
November 1958, c/o General Delivery, and BUCHANAN moved to 
Box 20 35 J Juneau, Alaska, in September 1958, 

Rt" Airtel dated June 16, i960, in the HATCH caption. 
Salt Lake City advised as follows regarding FOREST: 

TED SPRINGER, Superintendent of Malls, and LEE 
DARRAH, Clerk, General Delivery Window, U. S, Post Office, 
Reno, Nevada, were contacted on June 13, i960, by SA PAUL A. 
BARESEL, They checked change-of-address records for 1958, 
1959* and i960. They could not locate any change of address 
for JACK PETER FOREST. They did locate one for JOHN and 
JOAN FOREST, which was dated September 22, I958, This changed 
their address from General Delivery, Reno, Nevada, to 2522 
Cedarwood, Bellingham, Washington, 

It is noted that Seattle reported that their address 
was changed to General Delivery, Reno, in November I958, 
In this regard, SPRINGER stated that the Reno Post Office 
has no change of address for JOHN and JOiW FOREST subsequent 
to September 22, 1958, 

LEE DARRAH Stated he is positive that JOHN and 
JOAN FOREST have not received any mall through the Reno 
General Delivery Office during the past year or so, 

Reno City and Telephone Directories contain no in- 
formation identifiable with JACK PETER FOREST, JOHN FOREST, 
JOAN FOREST, or with these persons using the spelling FORREST, 

HmHjjH^Drlvers License Section, Department of 
Motor Vehicles, state of Nevada, Carson City, Nevada, on June 
13, i960, advised SA BARESEL that no driver's license has 
been Issued to JACK, JOHN, or JOAN FOREST during the past 
several years . He noted that on January 15, 19&0, a license 
was issued to 



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By letter dated June 24, i960, captioned "UNSUB, aka. 
Richard Hatch," Anchorage furnished the following information 
concerning FOREST: 




«(•; renxjea zne nouse vo one juhw i-'OREST; It was supposed to be 

jjjT'jv a permanent type rental; however, in November 1958, FOREST 

I V advised them that because of his wife's health he was force<: 

t| to leave and reside somewhere in a warmer climate. 




^ J iiM I >f^Gan<^<^ FOREST originally came from 

California, and stated his occupation was that of a writer and 
he wrote articles for newspapers. She could furnish no 
additional information regarding JOHN FOREST; she stated that 
her husband is no better acquainted with him, and she did not 
know to where the FORESTS moved in November I958. 





aHHRHMI^MPniii^H^^HMHiHiH^B^^iM^^^^^iH^B^^^UggeSted 

that PORESt merej-y urilized her husband's name, without per- 
mission of her husband or her husband's knowledge. 

She stated her husband is currently fishing, and die 
did not know vrtien he would be available. She was certain he 
could furnish no additional information regarding POREST, 



NAMES CONTAINED IN YOCKEY'S EFFECTS 

Indices of the San Francisco Division contain no 
record identifiable with the names contained in YOCKEY's 
effects, as reflected in the details of this report. 



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RE: DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION 
TO USA, STATE DEPARTMENT, AND 
INS. ALL SAN FRANCISC O . 

One copy of referenced report was disseminated to 
the USA, San Francisco, and the State Department, San Francisco, 
for their inf donation in connection with the State Department 
inquiry regarding passport violations. In this connection, 
the State Department is now attempting to locate ALEXANDER B, 
SCHARF, INS, San Francisco, is also attempting to locate 
SCHARP, an alien who has disappeared and who was an acquaintance 
of YOCKEy, All information regarding SCHARF, which has been 
furnished the San Francisco Office by various sources, has 
been promptly furnished to INS, the State Department, and the 
USA, by letter. A copy of this report is being disseminated 
to INS, 'San Pranoisco, duxe to their interest in SCHARP. 



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In view of the death of YOCKEY, the desirability of 
setting forth leads in this case is being left to the discretion 
of the office of origin. 



SOURCES: 

Careful consideration has been given to each source 
concealed, and T- symbols were utilized in the report only in 
those instances where the identities of the soiarces must be 
concealed. 




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FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY 



Character: 



Synopsis: 



REGISTRATION ACT; 

ISA OP I95OJ 

PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS 



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YOCKEy on day of arrest, June 6, I960, advised he was 
not connected with any foreign government and denied espionage 
activity. Stated documents in his possession were used for 
personal reasons, which he refused to e:s^lain. These 
documents and other miscellaneous matter in YOCKEY's effects 
are listed herein. Contacts of YO CKEY diaring incarceration 
set forth •^■■■■■■■■■ladmjited on June 13, I960, 
that she married YOCKEY, whom she knew as RICHARD ALLEN, on 
June 24, 1954, at Watsonville, California, and lived with him 
until 0ctoberl^_1954, when YOCKEY left with $1500. 00- $2, 000. 00 
belonging to^HlH YOCKEY ajid two prisoners at San Francisco 
County Jail conspired to escape on June 14, i960, but plot 
did not materialize. Fellow prisoners reported YOCKEY con- 
templated suicide, and USA, U.S. Marshal, and San Francisco 
Sheriff »s Office were advised of suicidal tendencies on 
June 13,1960.. YOCKEY was found dead in his cell at 7:25 
a.m., June 17, i960, and coroner's report listed death by 
cyanide. In late 1959, oinder name HARRY F, SHANNON, YOCKEY 
resided In San Francisco with a PAT LAGERSTROM, In February- 
March i960, YOCKEY, using t;he name RICHARD HATCH, resided In 
New Orleans with a woman named "PAT HATCH." Whereabouts 
of ALEXANDER B. SCHArf, at whose apartment in Oakland, 
California, YOCKEY vjas arrested on June 6, i960, is unknown. 

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INTERVIEW OP yOCKEY on 6/6/60 2 

ITEMS IN YOCKEy'S EFFECTS 3 

CONTACTS OP YOCKEy DURING INCARCERATION. . , 27 

|YOCKEy»S FORMER WIPE. .... 27 

iFELIiOW PRISONER 33 

! FELLOW PRISONER 37 

MENTAL CONDITION OP YOCKE? 40 

ESCAPE PLOT INVOLVING YOCKEY 40 

DEATH OP YOCKEY, ...•••.. •••• 50 

FBI LABOPIATORY EXAMINATION 51 

RESIDENCE OF YOCKEY IN NEW ORLEANS....,.,. 52 
PATRICIA LAGERSTRC»4 59 

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ALEXANDER B. SCHARF 65 

MISCELLANEOUS 67 

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FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEy, who at the time claimed his 
name was RICHARD HATCH, was Interviewed at Apartment 23, Jjo 5 
Bellevue Avenue, Oakland, California^ the residence of ALEX 
SCHARP, an acquaintance of YOCKEy. 

YOCKEX" refused to reveal his true name or Identity, 
He did claim to be a writer and photographer; to he a native- 
born American, and to have served In the Uhlted States Army 
during World War II. In response to direct questions he stated 
he was not connected with any agency of the United States 
Government or with any foreign government. He related that 
the documents In his possession, reflecting the names of several 
Indlvldxoals, had not been used by him In any criminal activities, 
but were used for personal reasons, which he refused to explain. 
YOCKEY said that he was not engaged In espionage activities on 
behalf of any government, 

* YOCKE? was asked If he had ever been confined In a 
mental Institution and If he had ever had psychiatric care. 
After thinking about the question for a few moments, he said 
he did not wish to comment on the question. 





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The following items were foiond in Subject's 
sxiitcase when he was arrested in Oakland, Callfomla, on 
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1^850 worth of American Express Travelers Cheques 
5J50 - #P71 993, 215, 216, 217 
$100 - R42 726 535, 536 - 538, 539, 5^0, 5^1, 
in name RICHARD HATCH, 



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PATRICIA LAGERSTROK personalized checkbook on 
Bank of America, Day and Night Office, 1 Powell 
Street, San Francisco, address - 925 Geary Street; 
checks #126 through 140 have been torn from book, 
indicating their use. 
Stubs reflect checks to: 
"DEL MARKIN (?) 
#128 dated November 30 



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Smart & Pinal Iris Co Courtesy Card 
dated 5/1/57 #02356. 
On back had #J0 7-7743 and - cleaners. 
Mason & Powell on Bush, 



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Social Security Card 564-54-0706 for 
PATRICIA LAGERSTROM, 

Receipt from Registrar of Voters, San Francisco, 
#28, date registered 9/4/59, for LAGERSTROM 

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Certificate of Birth #912 (159 Local Registered 
#) issued at Santa Ana, Orange County, California, 
m name of CHARLES RICHARD HATCH, DOB 6/26/23, 
issued 6/4/57. 



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i and Oakland in na® of PATRICIA LAGERSTROM. 

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I 8. Photostat of a certified birth certificate showing 

date of birth as 5/17/31 in the name of PATRICIA 
JANE LAGERSTROM - 
Father - OSCAR EDI-KJl^ LAGERSTROM 
; Mother - GRACE AUDREY TIBBETTS 

^ residence, 1243 North Vista» Hollywood, 

:;>4 California 

Father is white, age 40, born Delhi, Minn., 
occupation sound technician. United Artist; 
,,:1 mother born Delhi, Minn., age 31, housewife, 

%:\ Reg. #6989, County of Los Angeles. 

Box rent receipt to PAT LAGERSTROM for Box 1043 
for period including 6/30/6O 
$3 Baltimore, Maryland 

Social Security Card, #564-54-0575 for FRANCIS 
YORCK 

United Buyers League, 2700 Geary Boulevard, 
San Francisco, no name 

Courtesy Card 7^5-37230 of J. A. HOGLE and Co., 
40 Wall Street, NYC, no name. 

Membership Card for Belmont Adult School, 
1575 West 2nd Street, Los Angeles, #3972 
#PL 564-54-0706 3/17/31 appears on back. Not 
signed or issued to anyone. 

l4. Receipt for Registered Article #63792 issued 
5/26/60 to C, M. BLACK, Sheraton-Belvedere to 
Canadian Embassy, 1746 Mass. Avenue, N.W,, 
Washington, D, C. at Baltimore. Note in ink 
on back HENRY B. 220 Grande Allee E - LA 9^730 





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, for CHARLES MONTAQUE BLACK - DOB 9/4/13, 

I Niagara Palls, Welland County Registration 

' 10/25/13 #13-05-060525 

issued at Toronto, 7/13/59 
This number listed at bottom: 526388 
, This number listed on back: N84840. 

16. OFELIA RODRIGUES - Receipt from Registrar 
-' ^ of Voters, San Francisco, #157 to OFELIA RODRIGUES, 2400 

/^ Sacramento, 8/28/59 21 

-^] 17. Certificate of Marriage to MICHAEL JOSEPH TAYDR 

*X\ and OFELIA RODRIGUES at Virginia City on 

_.,-_j 9/3/59 in Nevada, signed Reverend CLINTON 

HOLLOWAY - Witness J. LATHAM and ANN HOLLOWAY 

18. Certificate of Voters Registration datafl 9/8/59 
-q for OFELIA RODRIGUES, 2400 Sacramento, Student 

i 19. Social Security #564-58-8026 for OFELIA RODRIGUES 

20. Agreement to rent from Emporium of Music 
,5^ 214 North Sierra Street, Reno, Nevada 

; Aerosonlc Serial #541173 

signed RICHARD HATCH R#3, Sparks 

I 21. Personalized checks on the National Bank 

of Commerce In New Orleans for RICHARD HATCH 

i 22. JOHN TAYLOR 

I Letter on stationary of City and County of San 

; Francisco MARTIN MONGAN, County Clerk, Clerk 

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"Re: JOHN TAYLOR 

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"I, MARTIN MONGAN, Co. Clerk of the City 
and Co, of San Francisco and ex-office Clerk of the 
Superior Court thereof do hereby certify: 

"That I am the custodian of the Naturalization 
Records of actions on file in the Superior Court of the 
State of California, in and for the City and County 
of San Francisco, 

"I further declare that there is on 
file at this office naturalization records of JOHN 
TAYLOR as above indicated, 

"Submitted this 6th day 

of August, 1959 

MARTIN MONGAN, County Clerk" 

signed "U. D. MACHINS, Deputy Clerk" 

23. Birth certificate from Ireland for supposed 
'! father, 7f259f of lUCilSL JOSEPH T'lim, 

date and place of birth 5/31/1849, Moyasta 

sex male 
"ij father - MICHAEL TAYLOR, residence Moyasta 

J mother - BRIDGET TAYLOR, formerly MALONEY 

'^ ANNE COLLINS present at birth 

signed - J. F. ROWAN 

24. List of names in suitcase on piece of paper: 

GLENN WILSON MATTICK, JR. 
April 27, 1917 > Bishop 
Mother - TOBIE BOVJEN, Mo. 
I Father, Mo. 

I GLORIA BARBARA SCHMIDT 

12/31/26, San Francisco (d 1929) 

ERNO (?) SCHMIDT - (DEUTSCHLAND) - META HEINS 

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ERNEST - Oklahoma 

VIOIET KNIGHT, Boise, Idaho 

LOUIS DAVID EDWARD (b 8/19/26 SP, d at 22) 

CARL 

LULA C. WILLIAMS 

LOUISE MC LEOD, 2/5/32, San Francisco - 3/28/33 

JOHN - Winnipeg, CanaJa 

IVY NICHOLS and DALONE, California 

1200 Sac. (note written k/ll/60) 

PATRICIA GREINER (b 4/19/32, San Jose, 

California 3/26/33, SP.) 

ALBERT - Germany 

ALICE HEREFTLE (?), Nebraska 

not in telephone directory, wrote 'i/ll/6o 

CHARLES MONTIGUE BLACK 

V19/13, Niagara Falls, Canada 

WILLIAM G. BLACK, Scotland 

Mother - UNBEKANNT 

In USA WWII and Korea, died in Veterans Hospital 

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OPHELIA RODRIGUEZ, 11/20/32, San Fracisco 
MARIANA SANCHEZ - Mexico 
FRANCISCO - Mexico 
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KARLO Mkimo 
1/28/14 Finland 
BRUNO WAINIO 
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JOSEPH T. and ELLA 
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MARIA BRAZIA LEMON 
5/28/27, Miami, Arizona, 
B. LEMON, Mexico 
RAMONA de la CRUZ, Mexico 

MILDRED MARGARET MTTICK 
9/17/28 - Bishop 
ECHERIN MATTICK - Bishop 
ELLEN M. BERSCOE, Trail, Oregon 

THOMAS SWEARER, d 1/7/20 (5 mos.) Baltimore 

FRANCIS H. WALTHER, d 1/2/20, Baltimore 

EDWARD (H.) MITCHELL (d at 2) 

t 9/29/17, Edw. H. R, MITCHELL and 

CYRILLA BEILFU5, Baltimore 

.« T A«r.T,om«^.*, °?® P^°*® °^ female Identified 
fto LAGERSTROM. 5 photo's Subject, One photo 
2 small girls. 

1 pair glasses with wire ear pieces 
Certificate of birth in German 

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Saa Francisco 3/28/15; home address 1790 Stewart St., 
Reno, Nevada, 5' 9"* brown eyes, black - grey 
hair, oval face; address of desination - Eire; 
'^ proposed to rea.de in Eire; date of departure 

1959. 

Sec C - signed MICHAEL JOSEPH TAYLOR, 
6/25/59 

Sec D - certificate of Guanantor - signed 
^. ALEX SCHARF - teacher, 2^01 Sacranento, 

San Francisco, 6/26/59 

29. Letter from Consulate of Ireland 7/16/59 
signed MICHAEL DRUNY, acting consul. Addressed 
to MICHAEL JOSEPH TAYLOR, 1790 Stewart St., 
RafD , Nevada . 

30. HARRY F. SHANNON 
Bankamericard - good until II/60. 
925 Geary St., San Francisco, California 

_,. #180 511255 

31. Irfernatlonal Credit Card 

^^, 02782311963 March, I96O, issued to HARRY F. SHANNON 

32. Social Security card 

564-58-5504 for HARHY FRANCIS SHANNON 

33. California drivers license J369915 
HARRY FRANCIS SHANNON, 925 Geary Street, 
San Francisco, male, black hair, brown eyes, 

-; 150 lbs., married, born 7/3/13, age 

f 45, no previous license 

34. Certificate of I^istration 
HARRY FRANCIS SHANNON 
Precinct 28, Assembly Dist. 24 
Occupation - photographer, 5»9" 
Nativity, Washington 

Political affiliation - Constitution Party 

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\ SHANNON 

4 Record Number 252 

Pile No. 10794 

Register number l8l 

County, Spokane 

City - Hillyard, Rt D #12 

Sex male, born 7/3/13, father, WILLIAM 

E. SHANNON, age 34 

Mother RUTHE GLEN, age 31, Hillyard, R#12 

Father - switchman 

Mother - housewife 

Dr. E. H. HOPKINS, 7/3/13 

Certified copy 

Seal No. R64097 
35 a SP Public Library Card 125624 

925 Geary St. 

Expires July, 1962 

36. BARRY R. BRANNON 
The Diners Club Credit Card 
925 Geary Street, San Francisco 
California 
DC-59 #4p-9537 

This card was issued in the name of 
HARRy P. SHANNON and has been altered to read 
BARRy R. BRANNON. 

37. Membership Card #3971, Belmont Adult 
School, 1575 West Second Street, L.A. 26, 
California for school year 1957-1959 for JOHN 
FOREST 

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Bellingham, Washington #59635 
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Mr, JOHN FOREST 
2522 Cedarwood Avenue 

M 39. Individual Permit 
v^ \ state of V/ashington 
'M Liquor Control #71925 
: Expires June 30, 1959 

Issued to JOHN FOREST, male, 2522 Cedarwood Avenue, 
40 yrs. of age, I50 lbs., 5'9"j hair 
'^— ^ black, issued at 5:00 on October 31, 1958 

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in name JOHN FOREST 

Reverse side - in Ink 
handwritten I2625 Mat Beesley 

4l. California Operators License 
G631445 issued 

-I to JACK PETER FOREST 

/ 6360 Bryn Manor, Hollywood, 

\ California 

male, 5' 9", date of birth 7/2/21 
155 lbs., eyes brown, hair brown, age 35, 
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JACK PETER FOREST 

Photostat copy of Certificate of Birth 

Registered No. 30616 

issued by BVS, Cook County Chicago, Illinois, 

in name of JACK PETER FOREST, born July 2, 1921 

issued June 7^ 1957 by County Clerk's 

Office supra. 

^^ 44. Death Certificate - Baltimore City 

^^ Health Department, Bureau of Vital Records, 

_>: May 18, i960. Order No. 7605 

I EDWARD HARRY MITCHELL, 616 McCabe Avenue 

#D3836l, male, white, single, date of 
^ death January 9j 1920 (altered) 

father EDV/ARD H. R, MITCHELL 
born Maryland 
- 1 Mother - CYRILLA M. GEILPUS, Maryland 

. I Cause of death - thromboses of the heart 

contributory labor pneumonia 
Dr. E. MILES WHEELER, place of Woodlawn 
January 12, 1920 

45. Photostatic copy of Certificate of Birth 
#876 in name of IVY LOUISE MC LEOD 
Date of birth February 5, 1932, filed 
with BVS Health Department, San Francisco 
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Local Registry number 1746 
30-077095 2302 Issued at Sacramento, 
California 

Name of child „__ LOPEZ 

Sacramento Hospital 

City of Sacramento 

sex - female 

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JULIAN 

1627 7th Street 

Mexican age 33 

Laborer, born Mexico 

Mother 

LUZ HERRANA (maiden) 

1627 7th Street, 

Mexican, age 28 

born Mexico 

housewife 

Dr. LEO PARRELL, M.D., November 7, 1930 

True copy of Department of Public Health 
September 26, 1958 #625167 

47. Form R-3 

British Nationality Act 1948 Sect 6 (2) 

fSSl^^^ti^^^"^^ Registry as a citizen of the 
Uhited Kingdoqi, etc. ; 

Mrs. MICHAEL TAYLOR 

925 Geary, Apartment 202, San Francisco, 
born San Francisco, November 20, 1932 
fathers name - FRANCISCO RODRIGUES 
born Monterey, Mexico, January 3, 1899. 

5?^^.^^^ Virginia City, September ^ 1959 

to MICHAEL JOSEPH TAYLOR 

925 Geary Street, San Francisco, 

Husband born, San Francisco, March 28. IQIR 

Husbands father - JOHN JOSEPH TAYLOR 

born Mayasta Co. Clare, Ireland 

Subject of Mexico and United States of America 

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48, List of names and numbers on piece of thin 
paper. Not clearly legible. Ftet name 
appears S. HUBSCHER. 

Contains approximately l8 names and addresses, 

48 a» Two pieces of paper having more specific 
information on a business activity. 

49, 3 keys appear to be for suitcase 

50, SF Public Library card #125624 issued to 
HARRY F. SHANNON, expires July, I962 

51, Piece of paper with the following: 

56. GORDON ANDERSON AB Soc. Sci. 
RONALD BYRNE AB Bus Ed 
DONALD CURROLL AB (Feb) Music 
JIM NARTON 56 AB Soc Sci 
JANET ADRIANCE 56 AB Soc Sci 

58 DAVID STUART HAMILTON BA Sociology 

56 LOUISE STEPPENS AB Art 

58 BETTY LOU CUTTER BA Social Work 

58 MARIAN CORLENE HAMMOND MA Drama 

58 LILA (LEHTO) TORRES BA Psychology 

58 PATRICIA WILSON BA Psychology 
^rt-'pt., sta te College 

The following items of identification were 
obtained from the person of FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY 
when he was arrested on June 6, 196O: 

52, Bank statement from the National Bank 

of Commerce in New Orleans addressed to RICHARD HATCH, 
421 Baronne Street, reflecting a Mance of $2802,87 as of 
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013 1,612,585 issued Sne 3» I960 in exchange 
for 011-1678236 at Washington, D. C. for transportation 
from Washington to Midway, to O'Hara to San Francisco. 

54. American Airlines excess baggage ticket number 
515A597,673, and baggage claim check number M ,iK)7-90-5o. 

55. American Airlines Special Service ticket 
number 15-11^^9^7. 

56. Slip of paper giving requirements for 
starting a bank and currency exchange. 

57. Business card of ¥. C. POHLHAUS, JR. 
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith, Inc., 
Equitable Bldg., Baltimore 2, Maryland Phone 
MU 5-3200. 

58. Certificate of Registration reflecting 
RICHARD C. HATCH, 765 Sutter Street is a registered 
voter of San Francisco as of August 26, 1959. 

59. Los Angeles Public Library Card number 
L-9222 issued to RICHARD HATCH, 457 So. Witraer, 
Los Angeles 17, California. 

60. Certificate of Registration reflecting 
RICHARD CHARLES HATCH, 765 Sutter Street, registered 
August 31, 1959 at San Francisco, giving his political 
affiliation as Constitution Party. Was signed as 
RICHARD HATCH. 

61. Deposit slips reflecting $500 deposit 
dated February 15, I960, $1300 deposit dated February 



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with the National Bank of Commerce In New Orleans. 

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RICHARD HATCH, March 19, I960 at 
Laredo Quarantine Station, United States - Mexican 
Border 

63. Receipt number 2492 dated July 15, 1959 
reflecting RICHARD HATCH paid box rent for period 

V ending September 30, 1959 for box number 

\ 1300, Signed by Post Master Stark. Had address 

A 833 Market, AAA. 

64. Social Security Card Number 564-58-8744 
Issued to RICHARD HATCH 

65. Two notes written on white and yellow paper 
In a foreign language 



66. Postal money order receipt number 557,697, 
548, reflecting $5,21 money order purchased May 25, i960 
at Baltimore, Md. 

67. 16 photographs (total) 

Two photographs taken Pol Pull Focus, Pox 
Company, San Antonio, Texas, January, 1959. 

One photograph of young girl and elderly 
woman with fur coat had #MU or MV 5832O 
and Paca & Fayette. 

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RICHARD » June 26, 1923 

MARIA KIRCHNER 40E76 
Butterfield, New Jersey 

MIGUEL GRUBER 
Bolivar 3^ 

HEINZELMAN 
1011 Stanley 

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C. KERN 
13707 Vanbura 

HUGH MC ELKINNEY 
17 Bergman 

BRUCE HANSON 

65 (265?) Mc Roberts 

HEINZ HUBSCHER 
Charlottenburg 1 
Wilmersdorfesstr. 8a 
Ruf 344066 

FRED BROWN 
6360 Bryn Manor 

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Oak. 10 

^ GRETCHEN, 24l2 Charlotte 

Jackson 

WEEZER, prlv.tel 7.2-3^26 
! Home: VI 2-5106 (possibly Gilroy, California) 

S,^; LOLDI, 817 W. Woodlavm Ave. PE 2-587 

J^ f TOTTIE OL 2-7391 

r I ERAU PRIEDRICH, PR 6-2308 

""^ HECTOR GONZALEZ 

69 Lapidge 
c/o Rivera 

ELSA, 1 Erkensteeg, Clos des Chenes 
Bosvoorde - Brussel 
Tel 72-6906 

OTTO GERICKE, 7^} Wabau Park 
\ Newton, Mass Tei DE 28845 

OPELIA * geb. Novatber 20, 1932 
i M. SCHl^IDER, March 28, 1915 

R. SCHNEIDER, M. 4-8-60, Baltimore 

69. Rent Receipt issued to RICHARD HATCH 
^ December 19, 1958 signed MILA H. RASMUSSEN 

1 70. Rent receipt vf 52168 from Du Val Apartments, 

Los Angeles, issued to HATCH in payment for rent 
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to RICHARD HATCH for deposit on Duplex 422 Roberts 
signed MILA H. RASMUSSEN 



72. Rent receipt ty^l477 from Baronne Apartment 

j Hotel, 421 Baronne St., dated January 22, i960 

i issued to RICHARD HATCH, 

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At the time of YOCKEy^s arrest at the apartment of 
ALEXANDER B, SCHARP In Oakland, Calif ornia^ on 6/6/60, SCHARF 
made available to SAs a leather^ zipper briefcase belonging to 
YOCKEYj which was located in SCHARP' s bedroom. Three photostat 
copies of the data contained in the briefcase have been made; 
one was forwarded to the Bureau as an enclosure to San Francisco 
Airtel dated 6/20/60^ one was furnished to the United States 
State Department on 6/21/60, and one is being maintained in 



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Set forth hereafter is an itemized list of the 
material contained in the briefcase: 

1, A l60-page booklet in the German language, captioned 
"Hand Oracle (Manual j and the Art of World Prudence." The book 
was printed in Germany in 1953 by Rec lam, Stuttgart. The text 

of the book contains SHOPENHAUER' s translation of the 17th 
Century Spanish philosopher, Balthasar Grecian, who lived from 
January 8, l601 to December 6, I658, and the book consists of 
300 "sayings" (aforementioned translated by SA DAVID 0. 
SPENCER) . 

2. A carbon paper folder containing unused carbon 
paper and sheets of unused white typing paper • The carbon paper 
and folder was "Panama - Beaver," a product of Manifold Supplies 
Company, Brooklyn, New York. The typing paper bore the watermark 
"Select Print, ^the quality line.'" 

3» Two sheets of used stationery of "Laurel 
Records, 6406 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood 28, California." 

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4. Two sheets -of white typing paper on which of 
each was written In Ink In the lower right section: "Lee 
Hathoway . " 

5. Two sheets of unused white stationery (with a 
pink border at the top edge) of "the Oakes Company," P.O. Box 
137, El Monte, California. 



6, An original and one carbon copy of a two-page 
^ typewritten philosophical essay regarding the "Principle of 
^ Polarity," which is described in the text of the essay as a 

system which "will solve any problem this side of the 

Absolute." The identity of the author was not shown. 

7. A 13-page typewritten document, bound with staples, 
captioned "Benito Mussolini, the Doctrine of Fascism," which 
document is apparently old and weathered and the identity of the 
author is not shown. A portion of the last page of the 
doc\araent had been cut away and the remaining typed portion of 
the page stated: "copied out (cut out section was at this 
point) m the Fascist year XXVIII." 



8. Pages 10,11 and 12 of a rough draft typed 
manuscript, bound with staples, of a political-philosophical 
nature. The author was unidentified. This material was typed 
on the back of sheets of stationery of the aforementioned Oakes 
, Company , 



9. A 62-page paper-bound booklet captioned "Ardous 
Figure Training at Bondhaven," published by the Nutrlx Company, 
33 Montgomery Street, Jersey City, New Jersey, This booklet 
appeared to be practically new, the author was unidentified, and 
the cover bore a stamped figure '^8.," indicating the possible 
cost of the booklet. The date of the publication was not listed. 
The text of the booklet contained nvmierous sketches of partially 
clad females and the booklet was of a masochist or sadistic nature, 

10. A three-page typewritten obscene document written 
on one sheet of paper captioned "John's Wife." The author was 
unidentified. 

11. A 18-page typewritten obscene document written on 
white paper, bound with staples, captioned "Strange Iris." 
Author unidentified. One photograph of a nude female, apparently 
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12 A 48-page typewritten obscene document captioned 
"The Misfortunes of Yvonne," by John Prlapus, YlJ^irvaSloSi 
oaSerScnd-- with staples and Scotch tap6. Stapled to various 
?tges^the document were eleven photographs of nude or semi- 
nude females, all but one of which appeared to have been cut 
from magazines. The name John Prlapus Is probably a pen name 
inasmuch as the Greek god of procreation was Prlapos. 

13. Approximate 3x5 card, both sides containing 
prescription relating to "Anayoclin Chemical. 

14. Approximate 5x8 page, which lists chemicals 
in two columns; one headed, "Inert," and the other headed, 
"Active." The reverse side contains notes begining vritn, 
"Longitudinal Axis." 

15. Two pages, approximately 5x8, listing 
cities and dates on a telephone dial code form. 

16. Two pages, numbers 235 and 236, listing ^>ooks; 
the first is entitled, "Y^ur Second Body," and the secend is 
entitled, "Reincarnation. " 

17 Bibliography of liooks; the first side beginning 
with, "Chemical Action of Light, " and the other side beginning, 
"Phenomenon of Life." 

18. Approximate 3x5 magazine call slip. 

19. Check-size paper captioned, "Seit 
Jahrzehnten, . . , " 

20. One page entitled, "Rules for Poker." 

21 Two pages of notes on "Ingalese Rules"; 
first page begins with "Desire intently, " and second page 
begins, "entirely subconscious." 

22. Two pages, approximately 9 x 12, of symbols 
and French phrases. First page- is marked 'II, ^nd the 
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23, One page captioned "Theosophical Forum, 6/37." 

24. Article by J, ROBERT MOSKIN concerning domination of 
the American male by the American female, consisting 
of two full and two and half pages, 

25 i Article by GEORGE B. LEONARD, Jr,, concerning, "U.S. 
men give up individuality for conformity, " containing 
approximately ten whole and partial columns, 

26. Article entitled, "Does He Work So Hard?", by WILLIAM 
ATTWOOD, consisting of approximately eight columns. 

27. A list of books beginning with, "Cosmic Rays, "and the 
reverse side begins - "Meoiren Einer Sangerin," 

28. Seven-page pamphlet entitled, "Spielbank Baden-Baden," 
which appears to be relating to system on roulette, 
dated V55. 

29. Five-page pamphlet entitled, "Spielbank Baden-Baden," 
dated "Mai 1955." 

30. Folder captioned, "Fragments," which contains the following! 

(a) Page and a half article entitled, "The Thirty- 
two Foot Face," The reverse side bears 
abbreviations of cities begining with 

"NY I0"and ending Bos 3." 

(b) One page of notes beginning, "Chekhov's Un- 
fortunate Widow," 

(c) Pour pages of an article concerning a 
"superannuated kingdom" called "Islapays," 

(d) Nine-page article entitled, "How to Lose an 
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31, Twenty-nine page article entitled, "Thoughts, 
Personal and Super Personal," relating to 20th 
century metaphysics, 

32, Two pages entitled, "Thoughts," concerning the cinema 
as an art form, 

33, Polder captioned, "Gedanken," containing the following 
material : 

(a) Two pages of material from "Social Justice in 
England and America," by H. G. WELLS, and 
"Sex and Character, " by OTTO WEININGER, 



V (b) Duplicate copies of a one-page article captioned, 

"Gedanken," beginning, "Where there is one. 

(c) One page entitled, "Gedanken," beginning, "One 
Aspect of Feminism," 

(d) One page containing a chart beginning, "under- 
: standing " The reverse side of the page 

begins with, "Everything that exists does so 
as a pole of a polarized entity," 

(e) One page beginning, "Notes for Espinty," 
attached to which are two pages; the first ^^ 

1 page begins, "Prom Latin America against,,.., 

and the second begins with, "Concentration. 

(f ) Pour pages of an outline entitled, "The 
Driving Forces," 

(g) Two-page article, dated February 1959* re- 
lating to the "American Organism," 

(h) One- page article entitled, "The Polarity of 
Psyche," 

(i) Two-page article entitled, "The Structure of 
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(J) One-page article entitled, "The Limits of 
Polarity, " 

(k) Two-page article entitled, "Landscape," 

(1) Eight-page article relating to the third world 
war and World Wars I and II, 

(m) Five-page article entitled, "Thovights," con- 
cerning man, time, etc, 

(n) One page beginning, "Things can only be 
* experienced," and the reverse side contains 

, the note, "Every polarized entity, 

/ (o) Eleven pages of material entitled, "Thoughts 

V on Polarity Relating to the Cslculus of 

i Polarities," Also are included thoughts 

regarding gambling, cancer, psychiatry of 
taste, and metaphysics in relation to the 
plans of polarity, 

~~1 Als^ contained in the briefcase were fr>ur artist's 

water- color brushes, not new, numbered one through four, and 
varying from 6^" to 8 3/4" in length. These were not photo- 
graphed and the briefcase was not photographed, 

34. Slip of paper bearing pliBand minus signs headed 
May - 4th on one side and May - 1st on the other side. 

35. Flyer entitled "Fallon for Congress" and reverse 
side which contains a list of numbers beginning "111." 

36. Flyer entitled "Dippel for Congress." Reverse 
side contains list of niJirabers beginning "4." 



37. Approximately 5 x 8 page with lists of numbers 
beginning "62." 

38. A listing r)f numbers and plus and minus signs 
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listings of nianbers and symbols on reverse side, 

40. Flyer entitled "Keep Pollack Out of District," 
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callS"&t six p.m,, JTSie 6, I96O; 9:30 p.m,, June 
6, i960, and ten p.m,, June 6, i960, to Victory 
2-5106, Gllroy, California, This source advised 
that the aforementioned telephone was listed in 
the name of ALICE SPURLOCK, and that YOCKEY 
indicated that his sLster, LOUISE HATCH, was 
staying with SPURLOCK, He was unsuccessfxil in 
his efforts to contact anyone at this telephone. 

On June 6, I96O, at 7s 20 p.m., YOCKEY 
expressed a desire to place a telephone call to 
HEKRY PATTERSON, an attorney in Washington, D.C,, 
who YOCKEY indicated had been a former classmate. 
He changed his mind regarding this call and did 
not place a call to PATTERSON, 

On June 7, i960, at 8:30 a,m,, YOCKEY placed 
a call to Mrs, WILLIAM D, COYNE, wife of Commander 
WILLIAM D, COYNE, at Washington, D,C,, telephone 
OL 2-7391, The telephone call was of seven minutes' 
duration. 

Lieutenant Commander WILLIAM D. COYNE, husband 
of VINETTE COYNE, advised SA JOHN A, KELLEHER on February 
^, 1955, that VINETTE COYNE and ALICE SPURLOCK are sisters of 
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that she wanted to giv^uc^RBrmation as would be helpful 
concerning FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY. 

^^^^H|H|stated that she knew YOCKEY as 
RICHARD AlES^i^l^entified photographs of YOCKEY taken 
in October, 1951, as well as one taken at Oakland, California, 
on June 6, i960. She stated she met YOCKEY under the name 
of RICHARD ALLEN in Carmel, California, in May, 1954, being 
introduced to him by a person whose name she does not recall, 
as a concert pianist who was then having a nervous breakdown. 
She stated at that time YOCI^EY was considerably underweight 
and very nervous. She exhibited a marriage certificate 
indicating that they were married June 24, 1954, at the 
First Church of God, Watsonvill^^jj^^Qrnl^jader the 
nflTnfis of RICHAR D F. ALLEN and ■■■■■■■^V by Reverend 
■■■■■■■llShe stated t:hat they liad obtained the license 
affiroJSISatel^one week before at the county court in Santa 
Cmiz, California. They then lived in her home, the address 
of which she said was ^'top of the world", Carmel, California. 

During the time YOCKEY resided with her to her 
recollection he received no mail whatsoever, however, she 
stated that he may have maintained a Post Office box of which 
she was not aware. Duiuiig his stay with her, YOCKEY spent 
most of his time playing the piano and in part teaching piano 
to her and her daughter. During the time he was with her, 
YOCKEY never mentioned or discussed passports or the obtaining 
of passports. 

She stated that YOCIvEY could be a very pleasant 
and entertaining person but tliat she felt him to be very 
irrational and definitely feels him to be mentally unbalanced. 
She stated that as his health improved and as he gained weight 
he became continually more restless and that he was very 
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She stated that she was physically afraid of YOCKEY at 
this time and never argued against these sijggestions . 
She also stated that during the time YOCKEY stayed with 
her there were certain areas concerning himself of which 
there was no discussion. She was unable to an^jlify this 
statement. 

^^^^^^^TOCKEY would discuss some of his childhood with 
^H^HHH|with particular emphasis on the fact that up 
untjTth^ime his father lost all of his money in the 
(• stock market he had apparently enjoyed a very coafortable 
1^ existence, and that he had entertained ideas of becoming 
r^P a concert pianist. This latter idea was destroyed when 
^ at approximately the same time of his father's financial 
failure he had an accident which disabled one hand. 

4^K/K/t^sta.ted that prior to YOCKEY' s 
l^Cr departure n^oi^or^ne occasion strike her, blackening 
** - her eye. 



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Just prior to his departure on October 1, 195^* 
YOCKEY discussed with her the <5bslrai)ility of her liquidating 
her assets and possibly accompanying him on a trip to 
Mexico. She stated that no definite plans concerning this 
trip were made, but that she did partially liquidate her 
assets and as of October 1, 195^^ she had in her residence 
approximately $1,500 to $2,000 which was taken by YOCKEY 
on his departure. She stated that YOCKEY left on this date 
with no notice to her, that she was extremely upset but was 
unable to get any word of his departure other than a card 
which she received shortly after his departure which gave 
her no specific information other than the fact that he was 
leaving and was sorry. 

She stated -that she was not aware of the true identity 
of YOCKEY until soon after he left when two persons she later 
found to be his sisters, Mrs. VINBTTE COYNE and ALICE SPURLOCK 
came to see her and told her of the Subject's true identity. 




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."lO^ flHHHHB^^^ asked specifically If she had 
pi ever witnessed or signed an application for a passport 
tm) executed by YOCKEY. She specifically stated that she had 
V never done so, however, she had heard that at one time 

YOCKEY in maldng an application for a passport had furnished 
her name and the name of ALICE SPURLOCK as references. She 
stated that the only document she had signed for YOCKEY was 
an application for a library card. 

She stated that during the period October, 1954 
to June, 1955* she became acquainted with YOCKEY' s two 
sisters, but that there was never any pertinent information 
^finggmiS^^^® activities of FRANCIS YOCKEY. At this time, 
IHimilJIBstated that in spite of YOCKEY* s shortcomings 
tnat She enjoyed him as an intellectual, although she could 
not subscribe to his violent hatred of Jews and Negroes, 
and his terming himself a "facist". She described YOCKEY 
as a meglomaniac. She stated that during the stay with 
him she knev/ of no groups or organizations which YOCKEY 
belonged to. She also stated that she knew nothing 
concerning YOCKEY' s activities prior to their meeting 
and marriage and since his departxire on October 1, 1954 
had heard nothing from YOCKEY or his sisters concerning 
his activities and the first v/ord concerning him reached 
her by newspapers after his recent arrest in Oa-'iJ.and, 
California. 



1*1 C| flimi^P stated that she has never told anyone 
i> t-i-p with the exception of YOCKEY' s sisters that she was actixally 






married to him as RICHARD ALLEN. 

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stated that In Jime^ 1955^ she left 

the United States and went to Europe v;here she stayed for 
approximately a year in England^ retiirning to the United 
^^1 States in Juii^ 1956, when she went to Florida where she 



y \ '*^ ViTi ^^figaged in work as a social v/orker. In Aiigust, 1958^ she 
rettimed to California v;here she has since been. Since 
her return to California she resumed her acquaintanceship 
with ALICE SPURLOCK in Gilroy,, California, and has since 
seen her quite frequently up until the last two months when 
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they frequently discussed YOCKEY" but this largely concerned 
his childhood and did not concern any political or possible 
illegal activities. 

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iTlD she had learned that YOCKEY had been previously married 
^ and she was not certain that this marriage had been dissolved 

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\n^' WHIHIHi^ prisoner at the Santa Rita Prison 

rtT) Farm, Santa Kita, uaiiromia, advised SA KEITH G, TEETER on 

U»^ Jvme 13, i960, that he had formerly been confined at the 
Oakland City Jail, Oakland . California, and was a fellow 
prisoner of YOCKEY, fMH advised that diiring YOCKEy»s con- 



finement, YOCKEY had pregared a will in two conigi^nd had 
given the two copies tOipH^for safekeeping. l^P stated 
that he had forgotten the copies of the will and had left 
them under a mattress in Cell #1 of the Oakland City Jail, 

'^ VIHHIHJHl^^^^^-^^"' Oakland City Jail, advised 
SA WAYNE K. WELCH orwuiie 13, 196O, that a search of the cell 
failed to reflect -y^^^^^ence of any copies of a wi3J 
y Bljnilar documents , HHHP^dvised that subsequent to ^ 
A transfer from the Oakland City Jail to the Santa Rita Prison 
Ij:-, Farm, all miscellaneous items in the cell had been removed 

r* » and bxirned, and the copies of the will presumably had been 
' destroyed. 



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[Stated h% 1» pr%»entlj tr— on '^^i •'f*^*^^ 

trlA far burglary. He w&e irrested on June 6, ^^oO, ipa rro« 
Sal dlS SS^June 10, I960, he was Xodged in ceU #3. Oakland 
Clt| Jall.flHB'^^'*^ "^ follom ocneeming TOCXRTt 

So far asflmUould recall, he flrat «et YOCKKY at the 
Oakland Jail during an exercise period on the afternoon of June 
7, I960, On this occasion YOCISY asked hln to witness tw 
aepsrate copies of a will he had »ade .-«■■■ read ^ will 
and witnessed it. He recalled that In^ffTCl YOCKBY left 
a pSa hearing a »iniature painting end his auitcase and its 
#ontsnts to his brother-in-law and left his Money *o a sister. 
-j^^fTSfc? did wo t at this time state why he had prepared the will. 
iftecMlllksigned the will, TOCSEY placed it in his pocket 
an^miB^^ not know what happened to it afterwards. 

On the same or the next day, about 8t00 or 9*00 F.1I., 
TOCIEY awoke^aiMl who was asleep in his eell, to question 
him about his knowledge of anatomy he had gained as an art 
atuitent. YOCKEY had removed the teeth from a comb, had 
V jsh&rpened the remaining plastic and wanted to know imeryie 
^ould inflict a wound which would cause his death, ^IHl^B 
kjlated out some spots on YOCKEY* s body where he *w^»w^» 
i^ound would not be serious. Ih later conversations YOC^ 
sixjJbs of using his tie to hang himself and of poisoning hl»- 
»t4lf by eating a tube of toothpaste. He also »ai<5^»i« had 
complained of being ill in the hope that he would be t«lc«n 
ic £ ho0pital where he could get a surgical Instrument with 
ihSeh to kill himself. YOCKEY did not indicate ^ust when or 
mder what circuastancea he would coomit this act* 

YCXJKEY advise^^HIBhe had not done anything for *ihich 
/ should be In jail and said his only crime was to have ideas 
aich are not generally accepted. He eacpressed a great fear 
hat he would be imprisoned for a minor violation of law, such 
s> using a false passport, or woxad be placed in a mental 

^^l^j File # 8r-87-13771 

6/14/60 nt Oakland. Calif omU Date dictoted 6AV60 



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«ut to s^t hl« kaecuM of lOs past «i»oei«tloii«» i«ii«h ha f»U 
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atMiWBtanoM ims %o tilto hU •w»^4«5^_^ igk ^JSL^ 

nroaaloii that YOOXET fait that Uq^iaonaant tor a ainor affanaa 
STaowitaMt to m vantal inatitutloii noitlA ba Aiagraaafol «id 

YOC^YTsa fael. WBtiaaad that aii^ liial«{iiriaaBt ;«*at«aBt_ 
wuwi datraat fwai lila atatara in tba ft of aaaoeiataa i«io« 
ha did not :liaantUir»;. ..../:; ;^, ,,,^ 



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.^.w^aSSi^paopla* «a^UavadSa tnttad ttataa liad«MUiatad 
^itaalf iv^STi^artlatpatiaB^ i*ha JfcHpantoais^im^ triala« ^ 

X»ad an^anat tha dafaadaata had dooa« Sa axpraaaad ^ f}^ , 
^at ifta^untiy la Mi tar tha "graat jyaariavi lawiah Mitlaal 
iSSlSprnTaS that If fe< af fil iwatoaaa and «onay ^iHttM 
^Su^ltataa la aoatvoUad hy ^awa, ha aould only aaauna that 

^^^aataaanlaa taward tha Jaaa* -^VOOKBtf aid not ^yropoaa any -aanarava 

SrSn fKor af kU^^ had baan A)t» to^(^^ 

%»iaEy aald^that Aat tan yavra acajha iNieaMi aaaoaiatad with 
a^midSit&I^Mnla Canada idio had Idaaa ataUar to hia and 

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RE: MENTAL CONDITION OF YOCKEY 




i>^^ sanitarltimnEHleagevllTenJeorgia, advised SA DECLAN J. HUGHES 
A*lD that the Subject was admitted on January 15* 19^3, from the 
United States Army Hospital, Port Gordon, with a diagnosis or 
"dementia praecox," which diagnosis was given by Captain 
SCHNAP, United States Army Medical Corps, 

A summary of the United States Array medical record 
indicates YOCKSy stated that, "he should have been an officer 
instead of being made to scrub floors." United States Army 
Medical Corps records indicate Subject experienced delueions 
of persecution, feelings of superiority, threatened to 

, y commit suicide, and had auditory hallucinations while in the 

pY United States Army. 

i^ Subject remained in Allen Hospital until January 25, 

I 1 19^3/ at which time he was released with a d^gios^^^^ 
■^ "paranoid state - psychopathic personality." ^^B^^H 

said that this means Subject did not have as severe a raenral 
disease as dementia praecox, in which a patient generally 
becomes worse. He stated that there is a temporary mental 
r^^ 1^0, illness which arises because a person with an inadequate 
I ^ ' pers onality is placed in a difficult situation. In Subject's 
r ' J^T^ caseMBBfcsuggested he was probably unable to cope with 
^' the mW^was not an officer and had to take orders from 

people he considered to be of in ferior intelligence. The above 
g^ data was furnished ^^HHH^^ '^^^^ ^^* I960. 

'■■'' \ RE; ESCAPE PLOT INVOLVING YOCKEY 

On June 13, I96O, the mother of JACK FAMBROUGH, 
a prisoner at the San Francisco County Jail, telephonically 
advised that her son wished to confidentially furnish in- 
formation to the FBI. 

JACK HAROLD FAlffiROUGH was interviewed at the San 
Francisco County Jail Number 1 on June 13, I960, by SAs WILLARD 
M. RUCH and WAYNE K. WELCH* FAMBROUGH, a Negro, age 21, 
residence - 616 39th Street, Apartment #83, Oakland, California, 
was arrested on June 6, i960, in connection with the armed 
robbery of the Post Exchange of the Oakland Army Base. He 
was scheduled to be sentenced on June 14, I960, in U. S. 
District Court, San Francisco. 



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PAMBROUGH was recent acted at the Jail during the 
evening of June I3, i960, by SAs J« WAYNE PARRISH and WAYNE 
Ki WELCH, He then furnished the following signed statement, 
setting forth the circumstances surrounding the planned 
escape: 

"I, Jack H, Pambrough, voluntarily make 
the following statement to J. Wayne Parrish and 
Wajme K, Welch who have Identified themselves to 
me as Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation, No threats or pi»omises were made 
t to induce me to make this statement, I have been 

I'. 1 advised that I need not make any statement and 

I , that any statement I do make can be used against 

% J me in a court of law, I have been advised that 

p:( I am entitled to an attorney, 

"I am confined in a cell on the second 
tier of the San Francisco County Jail and Francis 
Yockey is confined on the first tier with a cell- 
mate named Peter <Arthxir» Galladei, I am not sure 
of the exact spelling of his name, I have been 
acquainted with Galladei since his incarceration, 
and that Galladei introduced Yockey to me. We 
thereafter became friendly and I learned that Yockey 
was desperate to get out of Jail, 

"Galladei advised Yockey regarding the 
possibility of breaking out of Jail and mentioned 
the matter to me. We then entered into a scheme 
to escape from custody, Yockey advised that he 
had $2,300,00 which he gave his attorney, and 
that he would post $1,000,00 bail for Galladei 
on either June I3, I960 or June 14, i960. It 
was arranged that Galladei would then go to San 
Enmo, California, where he had access to two 
,38 caliber snub-nose revolvers, a shotgun, and 
an automobile, 

"Galladei described the automobile ais 
a 1957 pink and black Lincoln Premier, bearing 
Nevada license plates, numbers unknown, I 
believe that the car was not registered in 
Galladei »s name, but was merely a car Galladei 
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"On Tuesday morning, June l4j i960, I 
am scheduled to be taken from the County Jail to 
the U, S, District Court by the U. S, Marshal for 
sentencing, Yockey, according to the escape plan, 
will arrange during the U.S. Commissioner's 
hearing on June 13, i960, to have the hearing 
continued until June 14, i960, in order that 
Yockey and I vjlll be taken from the County Jail 
together by the U.S. Marshal on June l4, i960, 
Galladei at the time of our departure from the 
Jail, and while we • are walking to the van of 
the U,S, Marshal, will be waiting in the alley 
at the jail and will disarm the two U.S, Marshals, 
taking their guns and keys. He will then imlock 
me and Yockey, and we will flee in the Lincoln, 
I have told Yockey and Galladei that we will 
abandon the Lincoln in a garage and that I will 
arrange to steal or otherwise obtain another 
automobile with which we will drive to a hideout 
known to me. We will then hide for 30-60 days, I 
actually know of no such hideout and have merely 
led them along, 

"At the hideout Yockey will then assume 
command of the situation and will either include me 
and Galladei in on his passport racket, if we so 
desire; or if we wish, Yockey will furnish us with 
money and the necessary travel documents with 
I which we may 3eave the U,S, at either San Antonio 

^r, or Florida and i'lee to Cuba, Yockey said he had left 

F' : Cuba three or four months ago and was well con- 

|: ; nected with the Castro regime, 

I "Yockey has mentioned connections in 

Florida and Argentina, but indicated he did not 
wish to divulge these connections until we were 
out of Jail, I believe Yockey has a personal 
»bug» regarding Nazism, I do not know whether he 
is alone in the passport operation or is involved 
with others, 

"Yockey has not indicated any pro-communist 
sympathies, but indicated he is ^anti-everjrthing, » 
antl-U,S,, anti-Negro, anti-Jewish, Yockey has 
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"Galladel did not Icnow Yookey before 
yockey*B incarceration and is not particularly 
sympathetic with Yockey, other than as a method 
of escaping from jail. After hearing Galladei»s 
ideas about escaping from Jail, and hearing 
Yockey «s desire to get out of jail, I actually 
planned the escape myself and Yockey and 
Galladei agreed with my plan. I planned the 
escape on Saturday, June 11, i960, and made it 
known to the other two men at that time. I 
conceived the plan, in order that I coxild report 
the matter to the government and thereby cause 
trouble for Yockey, inasmuch as I did not like 
Yockey and did not agree with Yockey «s antl-U.S, 
fe ' philosophy. I felt that the government was 

obviously interested in determining the nature 
and extent of Yockey »s activities and I felt the 
only way, in which the government could determine 
these activities, would be if Yockey was free 
and able to continue his activities and contacts 
under government surveillance, 

"Galladei In recent weeks has conceived 
several ideas about escape attempts, but none 
have been good. I do not really believe that 
Galladei was serious about these escape ideas. 
Since Yockey has been a cellmate of Galladei, 
Yockey has 'poisoned » Galladei «s mind, due to 
Galladei »s gullibility, Yockey has been preach- 
ing Fascist propaganda to Galladei and Galladei 
seems somewhat receptive, 

"Yockey has never stated thjs reason for 
his presence on the West Coast. He mentioned that 
he had two daughters, and he observed that one of 
them is politically active along the lines of 
Yockey »s activities. The only other relative 
Yockey has mentioned is his sister, who visited 
him Saturday, June 11, I96O, 

"In furtherance of the escape attempt, 
Yockey advised his attorney during the night of 
June 12, i960, to bail Galladei out of jail 
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is scheduled to be sentenced on June 17j i960, 
next Thursday, in U.S» District Court, San 
Francisco. 

"Yockey has Indicated that he would not 
be capable of violent physical action in con- 
nection with the escape, and that the violence 
would be left to Galladei and me. In this 
connection, I « snowed' Yockey by indicating I 
had a long criminal record, which is false. 
Yockey indicated that if anything went wrong 
with our plan prior to the escape attempt, he 
would attempt to gain access to the third tier 
of the Jail and commit suicide by Jumping. I 
feel that Yockey 's strong desire to escape or 
commit suicide may be based upon his wish not to 
involve other members of the passport operation. 
Yockey said that if he had a pistol, subsequent 
to his escape, he would commit suicide before 
being reapprehended. Yockey has expressed a 
strong dislike for government agents. I told 
Galladei to give one gun to me during the escape 
and that Galladei should keep the second gun. 
Yockey said that he wanted to have a gun along 
after our escape in order that he could commit 
suicide, if necessary. 

"Under the escape arrangement I am 
scheduled to be in charge of the operation until 
we reach the hideout, at which time Yockey will 
assume command and thereafter provide the money 
for our travel East. 

"Yockey has never Indicated that he sold 
passports and did not infer that he was in the sale 
of passports. 

"$1,000.00 was to be given by Yockey for 
Galladei 's bond and $200.00 was to be given 
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"Yockey does not have a criminal mind 
and small details escape him. He is a brilliant 
person, but has no practical intelligence and I 
do not believe Yockey would get four feet out of 
the city in an escape attemtp by himself. 

"I have read the above statement con- 
sisting of (4) four page_ in addition to this 
(5) fifth page, and I have signed each page. 
The statement is true to the best of my knowledge, 



"/s/ Jack H. Pambrough 6/13/60 



"Witnesses; 



/s/ J. Wayne Parrlsh, Special Agent, FBI, 
/s/ Wayne K, Welch, Special Agent, FBI." 

In addition to the data contained in the signed state- 
ment, FAMBROUGH furnished the following information to SAs 
WILLARD M. RUCH and WAYNE K, WELCH on June 13, I96O: 

FAMBROUGH said that he concluded from YOCKEY «s con- 
versation that YOCKEy»s anti-Seraetic philosophies are only a 
front, 

YOCKEy Indicated that he had been in San Antonio, 
Texas, immediately before his arrival in San Francisco, 

In connection with the passport activity of YOCKEY, 
FAMBROUGH observed that YOCKEY frequently referred to "our" 
operation or, as an example, "we" will do something, which 
indicated to FAMBROUGH that YOCKEY 's use of the plural 
tense Indicated to PAMBROUGH that YOCKEY was possibly 
associated with other persons in the passport matter, 
PAMHIOUGH said he had expressed a desire to become associated 
with YOCKEY, rather than to flee alone. 

He said that YOCKEY had talked of connections with 
the Castro Government, and had named names which had been 
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PAMBROUGH said that YOCKEY appeared to be the 
type of person who would attempt to minimize his ability 
and inqportance. As an example, if he felt that he could 
obtain 150,000,00, he would state that he could probably 
obtain $5,000,00, 

PHILLIP GALATI> according to PAMBROUGH, is a 21- 
year-old man of Italian descent, who apparently wants to be 
another AL CAPONE, He is a Federal prisoner on a forgery 
charge , 

YOCKEY, according to PAMBROUGH, is more interested 
=^ : in avoiding psychiatric treatment than he is in avoiding a 

criminal charge of passport fraud, judging from his conversation, 
YOCKEy has expressed a fear of being placed under a Jewish 
-4, j psychiatrist. He told PAMBROUGH that he was discharged from 
■t^-\ the United States Army in 19^3 as a result of his efforts in 

^ "snowing" an Army psychiatrist into believing he was a psyco- 

path, YOCKEY indicated he maintained contact with this Array 
psychiatrist, whose name he did not mention, and PAMBROUGH 
eij^ressed the belief that the psychiatrist may be politically 
sympathetic to YOCKEY, 



YOCKEY indicated that the government's case, as it 
presently stands, is "nothing" compared to what the case would 
be in the event additional information was "dvig up," 

YOCKEY indicated that the list of names in the 
government's possession, vjhich had belonged to YOCKEY, 
identifies YOCKEY »s West Coast contacts, and that YOCKEY, 
therefore, cannot go to them for assistance but must obtain 
help from contacts in the East, 

PAMBROUGH indicated that he had no funds, in his 
conversation with YOCKEY, and that PHILLIP GALATI was also 
penniless, YOCKEY had not indicated that he possessed any 
money, other than the $2,300,00, YOCKEY inferred that he 
had contacts among Spanish persons in the San Francisco area, 
but he did not wish to contact them at this time, 

PAMBROUGH stated that he did not know whether YOCKEY 
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girl friend. YOCKEY did state that two women, vihom he did 
not identify, are completely in love with YOCKBY, but that 
they could not visit YOCKEY. YOCKEy said he did not tmist 
_ GALATI, and indicated they woiad drop GALATI after their 
f. escape, PAMbrouGH said he did not trust YOCKEy, and he was 

sensible enough to believe YOCKEY did not trust him. 



1 FAMBROUGH observed that YOCKEY believed that his 

cell was "bugged, " and that YOCKEY whispered throughout 
the night. 

During YOCKEY »s first day in Jail, he spoke to 
practically everyone in the yard, but since that time had 
primarily talked with only GALATI and FAMBROUGH, PAMBROUGH 
observed that the men are allowed in the exercise yard from 
., 9jOO a.m. to 11:00 a.m., and from 1:00 p,m, to 3:30 p.m. 
daily, PAMBROUGH said he first met YOCKEY in the Jail. 

GALATI, according to PAT^IHIOUGH, lived in San Bruno, 
California, when incarcerated, and FAMBROUGH expressed the 
belief that GALATI would return to his apartment when released 
on bail. The apartment has apparently been maintained by an 
unidentified girl friend, 

GALATI had mentioned a girl named "CAROL" as his 
girl friend, but he did not know whether this girl was the 
one at GALATI «s apartment. He expressed the belief that 
GALATI came to the West with, CAROL, and that GALATI indicated 
that CAROL "threw him over" when he was recently arrested, 

YOCKEY had tried to make FAMBROUGH believe that 
YOCKEY «s source of money originated from the passport 
operation, but FAMBROUGH said he did not actually believe 
that this was ti*ue. He said he vaguely recalled a reference 
by YOCKEY to the Suez, but he could recall nothing specific 
at the time regarding the matter, 

YOCKEY had made no specific reference to names or 
addresses and, although FAMBROUGH had tried to "pin him down, " 
YOCKEY would not divulge any details, PAMBROUGH indicated 
to YOCKEY that he needed assurance that YOCKEY would carry out 
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::j On June 13, I960, PHILLIP GALATI telephonlcally 

¥f- contacted the San Francisco Office and requested that he 

be contacted for interview by SA JOHN P« HAMAKER, JR. 



On June 13, I960, GALATI was interviewed at the San 
Francisco County Jail Nximber 1 by SAs J, WAYNE PARRISH and 
JOHN F. HAMAKER, JR. 

GALATI volunteered at the beginning of the interview 
that his intention was to furnish infoiroation concerning an 
alleged escape attempt in which he was supposed to participate 
with his cellmate, FRANCIS YOCKEY. 

GALATI was immediately advised that he did not have 
to make any statement; that any statement he did make could 
be used against him in a court of law, and that he had a 
right to consult an attorney. 

GALATI advised, in answer, that he was having no 
part of such a conspiracy; that he merely strung along with 
YOCKEY because of a desire to furnish Information regarding 
YOCKEY, which might be of interest to the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation, and because of his personal dislike for YOCKEY, 
inasmuch as YOCKEY was obviously anti-American, anti-Semetic, 
and constantly attempted to propagandize GALATI with Fascist 
ideas. 

GALATI furnished the following details of the alleged 
escape attempt: 

YOCKEY had allegedly given his attorney, lOBI (ph) 
money which lOBI was supposed to utilize for GALATI»s bail. 
If GALATI was to be released on bail, YOCKEY would then give 
him the telephone nimber of one ROBERT MC GUIRE (ph), St. 
Louis, Missouri, and a message to furnish MC GUIRE. GALATI, 
after release on ball, which was supposed to have been June 
13^ i960, was to get two pistols and appear in the alleyway 
behind the Coimty Jail on June l4, I96O, when YOCKEY was being 
transported to a U.S. Commissioner's hearing. GALATI was 
to disarm the Marshals, have them imlock YOCKEY »s handcuffs, and 
give one pistol to YOCKEY. GALATI noted that he was supposed 
to have in his possession a shotgun, which he had in San 
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If things did not go well he was supposed to "hold court" on 
the U.S. Marshals right there with the shotgun, and turn It 
on YOCKEy. 

GALATI was to provide the car, supposedly a black 
and pink 1957 Lincoln, to which he did not, in fact, have 
access. 

If the escape was successfiol, YOCKEy was to take 
GALATI along with him to participate in whatever sort of 
racket YOCKEY had. 

GALATI advised that YOCKEy spoke of going to Cuba 
and claimed to have been there in the recent past, stating 
that he had attempted to see FIDEL CASTRO but had only gotten 
as far as one of CASTRO* s secretaries, 

GALATI advised that YOCKEY was placed in his cell 
on Saturday, June 11, I96O, and that after YOCKEY was in 
the Jail a short time he made contact with other prisoners in 
order to find out about GALATI 's backgrotmd, offense, and 
previous criminal record; and, after apparently being satisified 
that GALATI was a "bad enough" criminal, began to confide in 
him. 



With regard to YOCKEY «s desire to have the shotgun 
turned on him, if the escape did not go well, GALATI stated 
( that he did not know whether or not YOCKEy was serious 
^ about this desire, 

GALATI stated that he believed YOCKEY to be "nuts", 
but he reserved final judgment because YOCKEY did appear to be 
smart and clever. GALATI advised that YOCKEY continually 
talked about Fascism, Mussolini, and Hitler, and noted that 
one of the h\jmorous incidents, which occurred, was that YOCKEY 
wanted GALATI to sing the song, "Sink the Bismark," with himj 
however, he made him omit the last portion of the song because 
"that « s where it gets sunk, " and wanted to hear the part 
which particularly related to the Bismark' s sinking the "Hood, ' 

It is noted that throughout the interview GALATI 
made no reference to any other prisoner being involved in 
this alleged escape and, when asked if he would furnish the 
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so, pointing out that he was furnishing the information, re- 
garding yoCKEy, solely because he differentiated between 
YOCKEy and any prisoner in Jail for an ordinary criminal 
offense, GAlATI commented that he fimnished the information 
out of a sense of loyalty to the United States, and again 
pointed out that he would not "squeal" on another prisoner 
^1 in Jail who was in for an ordinary criminal offense. 

No indication was given to GALATI to the effect that 
.' the Special Agents were aware of the involvement of JACK 
; j H* PAMBROUGH in the alleged escape plot, 

-- i GALATI advised that in the event he were bailed out 

)j by YOCKEY's attorney, he would immediately contact the San 

. Prancisco Headquarters Office of the Federal Bureau of Investi- 

: gation, and would follow any instructions he was given. 



GALATI was asked if he would testify to the informa- 
tion which he furnished, and he stated that he did not care to 
do this at the time, but commented that he would think about it, 
feeling he probably would if it were absolutely necessary. 

On June 13, i960, JAI^S P. EA6AN, Deputy U, S, Marshal, 
San Prancisco, and Captain PRA!^ HEUGLE, San Prancisco County 
Jail #1, were advised of the alleged escape plot and suicidal 
tendencies of YOCKEY by SA WILLARD M, RUCH, Similar informa- 
tion was furnished on the same date by SA RUCH to DANIEL 
QUINLAN, Captain of Inspectors, San Prancisco Police Department, 
and Lieutenant DONALD SCOTT, General Works Detail, San 
Prancisco Police Department, Assistant United States Attorney 
WILLIAM P, CLANCY, JR., San Prancisco, was advised of the 
escape plot and siicidal tendencies of YOCKEY by SA WAYNE K, 
WELCH on June 13, I960, 

DEATH OP YOCKEY 

At 8:12 a.m., J\me 17, 196O, Deputy U.S. Marshal 
JAMES P, EAGAN advised the San Prancisco Office of the PBI 
that YOCKEY was found dead in his cell at the San Prancisco 
County Jail #1 on the morning of June 17, i960, A coffee 
wagon at the Jail had been taken to various cells during 
the morning hours and, at 7:25 a.m., YOCKE^'s cellmate, 
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The jailer^ who conducted a preliminary examination, concluded 
that YOCKEY was dead, O^he following handwritten note, pre- 
pared in pencil on a 4 x 5 i^^ch scrap of Jail notebook paper, 
was subsequently found in a folded blanl<:et under YOCKEY »s 
head: 

"I shall write no messages which I know 
will never be delivered - only this, which 
will be: 

"You will never discover who helped me, 
for he is to be found in yoxn' own 
multitudinous ranks, at least outwardly." 

A preliminary examination by the San Francisco County 
Coroner's Office reflected that YOCKEY ts lips were in a de- 
hydrated condition, and the possibility of a poisonous sub- 
stance was indicated by the presence of a white substance of 
an unknown composition that appeared in the area of the outer 
mouth and lips. 

The Coroner «s Office advised at 2:50 p,m,, June I7, 
i960, that the examining toxicologist found a very minute 
amount of cyanide in YOCKEY «s stomach, which was determined to 
be the cause of death. 

RESULTS OP FBI LABORATORY EXAMINATION 

A straight pin contained in a glass vile located in 
a cloth-lined container was found in YOCKEY »s suitcase at the 
time of his arrest, and the pin was sent to the FBI Laboratory 
for examination on June 13^ I960. 

--^ -^ By letter dated J\me 17^ I960, the Laboratory 

advised that a visual examination of the container and its 
contents revealed no microdots* 

The cloth-lined container was examined by non- 
staining methods for the presence of invisible secret writing, 
with negative results. No secret writing materials or 
poisons were found in the container. 



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jBaronne Hotel at 421 Baronne Street, advised 

- that she reciiJed Mr. and Mrs, HATCH very well; that she 
J^^' had gotten to know them during their stay at the hotel. She 
inj> stated her records reflected that Mr« and Mrs. RICHARD HATCH 
■^ had registered at the hotel as RICHARD HATCH and wife, 765 
Sutter, San Francisco, California, on Januai^r 22, i960. She 
related that during their stay there, Mrs, HATCH, whom she knew 
as PAT, apparently worked somewhere in the City of New Orleans, 
but she had never been able to determine yihere. She said Mrs, 
HATCH left early in the morning practically every day, and 
returned to the hotel at various times from about 11:00 a.m., 
never any later than 5:00 p.m. She commented that she had 
asked Mr, HATCH where Mrs. HATCH was working, and he had in- 
formed her that she was working as a babysitter and nurse 
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stated that all during the time they 

stayed at the hotel, Mr, HATCH spent practically every day in 
the room typing. She had asked him idiat he was typing, and 
he had advised her that he was typing his thesis in order to 
obtain his Master's Degree; however, he had not indicated 
from what school or what type of Master^'p Degree. She 
commented that she was just a little curious and had asked 
the maid to check the HATCHs' trash to see if he had possibly 
ruined some pages and threw them away; however, the maid had 
informed her that there were never any typed pages thrown in 
the trash, 

flHHHjjjJBri^oi^ed that this couple appeared very 
odd, in that at the time of their arrival he had indicated 
to her that he was a free lance photographer, but she had 
never seen him with any photographic equipment; further, that 
she had also questioned the maid, and the maid had indicated 
that she had never observed any photographic equipment in 
the room. She further commented that the maid was never 
allowed in the room unless Mr, HATCH was present. 

Continuing flHjjjjjJlHHstated that Mr, HATCH 
h6i spol^® some French, and that his vrlfe spoke French very 
b"\^ fluently. She said Mrs, HATCH talked wi th a European, 
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that she had been raised in Belgium, She said that Mr, 
HATCH had indicated a desire to learn more about louisiana 
jt/\ or New Orleans folk lore and customs, Indl^atlg^^iat possibly 
Vfi ^ his thesis concerned this; however, v^^^VHIHiHP^^^ 
^rAy invited Mr, and Mrs, HATCH to accompany her vo a warai Gras 
Vv Carnival Ball, the offer had been refused and the HATCHs 
'' had apparently left New^lean^ust prior to Carnival Day. 
This seemed tinusual toMH^|HIB in that if he, Mr, HATCH^ 
were interested in LouisiSi^o^New Orleans folk lore and 
customs, it would appear that the Mardi Gras and Carnival Day 
would have been a highlight in his thesis, 

^.^.^..^i^^jdescribed the HATCHs as very thrifty, 
i(V| frugal people who spent very little money. She stated that 

they had an apartment- type room in which they could do their 
I'lj^ own cooking; however, she had never observed them take in 
V any groceries (except a very small bag of groceries) at 

any one time, and when they departed they had left absolutely 

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period of their stay in New Orleans, which was approximately 
Af , one month, she did not recall them receiving any mail 
W ' whatsoever; however, Mr, HATCH went out practically every 
^D day with a large brown envelope, which appeared to be pre- 
U'^ pared for mailing, and returned without it, indicating to 
her that he was going to the Post Office, 

She informed that on two or three occasions, Mr, 
HATCH had questioned her as to whether she owned any property 
outside the City of New Orleans, and she had indicated to 
him that she owned a farm outside New Orleans, On each 
occasion Mr, HATCH had informed her that she should return 
to the farm or plantation, as he called it, commenting to her 
that she would be glad, later on, that she took this step. 




I advised that during their stay there 
they had made no outgoing calls and, to her knowledge, had 
i-^C I not received any calls at the hotel. She related that they 
]>* ' had appeared at the hotel on approximately January I8, i960, 
HP inquiring about rooms, but had not taken any; however, they 
^ returned on January 22, i960, obtained a room, and stayed 
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she did observe that they had vdth them ten pieces of luggage 
vjhich appeared to be very expensive and practically new; 
further, she recalled Mr, HATCH counting them at the time 
they registered at the hotel. She commented that this also 
seemed strange to her, inasmuch as both of them appeared to 
have very few clothes; that he generally wore a suit when 
he went out and, as far as she could recall, only wore two 
different suits, had one topcoat which he wore; and that 
Mrs,- HATCH was constantly seen in a white leather coat, 
white shoes, and white beret. She said that they both 
wore very light- colored, light-weight clothing, which 
appeared to be summer clothing; this also seemed odd to her, 
due to the fact the weather was chilly d\iring that period, 

. ^^^^mHH^Jadvised that they checked out of the 
/iW hotel on FeDn!iary^71960, sometime during the early 
ihJ> afternoon and took a cab to the airport. Just prior to 
Id leaving, Mrs, HATCH had asked Mr, HATCH if he had everything, 
at which time he esdiibited an airline-ticket envelope, which 
indicated to her that they were flying somewhere. She 
said that at this time she asked them if they wanted to leave 
a forwarding address, and Mr. HATCH informed that they had 
taken care of this and did not wish to leave a forwarding 
address there. She related, however, that shortly thereafter 
the clerk on the desk had received a long-distance call 
from Washington, D.C,, from a man who said he was Mr, 
HATCH and was expecting some important mall, possibly to 
arrive at the hotel, and requested it to be forwarded in 
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Name: 

Sex: 

Age: 

Height : 

Weight : 

Hair: 

Complexion: 

Characteristics : 



PAT HATCH 

Female 

Early 30 »s 

Approximately 5 '6" 

120 pounds 

Chestnut-brown 

Very fair; wore very 

little or no makeup. 

Appeared a little on the 

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Complexion: 

Characteristics : 



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Male 

Early 30 's 

5 111" 

Approximately I70 to I80 lbs. 

Dark-brown 

Pair 

Very neat dresser and always 

wore a gray Homburg hat \idien 

going outside, 

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On June 8, 1960,flHHH|iHHIil[HHB De 
Hotel, advised that Mr, and Mrs, riuhakd HATCH had arrived at 
the De Soto Hotel and registered on January 17, i960, checking 
out on January 18, i960, leaving no forwarding address. He 
stated that during their stay there they had made one telephone 
call to JAckson 5-5441, He said that he could furnish no 
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On June 8, i960, Mr, J. J, ZARZA, Post Office 
Inspector, New Orleans, Louisiana, advised that a check of 
records of the main branch of the Post Office reflected no 
record of a Post Office Box rented by RICHARD HATCH; however, 
they had received change of address cards for HATCH for the 
following addresses: 

The first was I716 St. Charles Street; this was changed on 
February 9, i960, to 421 Baronne Street, 

On March 29, I960, they received a change of address from 
421 Baronne Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, to 3l6 North 
Charles Street, in care of THOMAS COOK & SONS, Baltimore, 
Maryland, 





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restaurant for approximately the last 25 years, and that it 
was owned and managed by Mr. JAMES J, PLAUCHE, Jr., who 
resides at 533 Totilouse Street; however, he stated that m*, 
PLAUCHE 18 presently In California on vacation, exact whereabouts 
unknown. He related that he has been employed at Dunbar's 
Restaurant for approximately the last five years, and that 
he had never heard of a RICHARD HATCH; fiu^ther, that no mall 
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Race: 

Sex: 

Age: 

Height: 

Weight : 

Hair: 

Complexion: 



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Approximately 30 to 35. 

5»11. 

170 to 180 lbs. 

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'i^TN at 533 Toulouse at the time, again commenting that he did not 
h'J^ know the exact whereabouts of Mr, PLAUCHE in California, 

On June 9, i960, a photograph of the Subject appeared 
on the front page of the "New Orleans States" and "New Orleans 
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Baronne Hotel, 421 Baronne Street, was contacted and 
Iblted a photograph of the Subject, at which time she 
definitely identified the photograph as the individual who 
had stayed at the Baronne Hotel In January and February 
i960, under the name of RICHARD HATCH, 



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0'-'' they had never seen this individual before and knew nothing 
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telephoned the restaiirant asking ab^^^HARD HATCH and 
if they knew his present location. ^HHPstated that she 
had advised the caller she knew nothing whatsoever concerning 
HATCH, and that the carU|^|ad not identified himself in 
any manner whatsoever. ^HP was questioned as to *^® .„__ 
whereabouts of the owner of the restaurant, JAMES J. PLAUCHE, 
Jr., and she stated that she did not know the exact location 
of Mr. PLAUCHE, except that he was somewhere in California. 
She commented that if the employees at the restaurant needed 
to get in touch with him, they were to call Mrs, MARY HUNT 
at JA 5-1602; Mrs, HIIMrwas the Public Relations employee 
of Mr. PLAUCHE, Jr. ^BMI stated that she only knew Mrs, 
HUNT'S phone number ancHiot her address. 

On this same date Mrs, MARY HUNT was telephonically 
contacted, at which time she stated that she handled the 
Public Relations for Mr, PLAUCHE, JR. She stated that Mr, 
PLAUCHE, Jr. had left his itinerary for his vacation, which 
reflected that he would be in San Praiicisco until approximately 
June 15, i960. She said that he had not left the name of 
the hotel, where he woiild be staying, but had mentioned that 
he may stop at the Jack Tar Hotel on Van Ness Avenue, 
San Francisco. She related that PLAUCHE, JR. had informed 
her that, if it was absolutely necessary for her to get in 
touch with him, she shoxild contact either the San Francisco 
Police or the Highvjay Patrol and furnish them with a 
description of his automobile, which was a 1958 Lincoln 
Continental, white in color, bearing Louisiana License 
Number 777-5^2, 

Mrs, HUNT advised that she had seen the afternoon 
paper, which carried a photograph of the Subject, and that 
the Subject was unknown to her and bore no resemblance 
to Mr, JAMES J, PLAUCHE, JR. 



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lJP Van Ness SWeSy^SWrSiSlsco, uaj.irornla, advised SA 
'^ FRED R. ELLEDGE on J\ine 15, I960, that JAMES J. PLAUCHE, JR. 

was not a present or former guest at the hotel. He was 

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RE; PATRICIA LAGERSTROM 

PATRICIA LAGERSTROM is apparently identical vdth the 
person previously mentioned herein as "PAT HATCH. 

The following investigation at San Francisco, 
California, was conducted hy SA MICHAEL A. TOSAW on June 
6, i960: 




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LAGERSTROM "and HAlfflY ^hAnncn, both of 925 Geary Street, 
San Francisco, notified the United States Post Office 
that their address was being changed to General Delivery, 
San Francisco, California, 

As of Jime 6, i960, mail vjas being held for Miss 
PATRICIA J. LAGERSTROM at the General Delivery Window of the 
United States Post Office, and this mail bore the return 
address of I, Magnin & Company, Union Square, San Francisco, 



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a magazine entitled, 
"Diner's Club," published by the Diner »s Club Magazine 
Department, 10 Coliarabus Circle, New York 19, New York, 
addressed to HARRY F. SHANNON, 925 Geary Street, San 
Francisco, was being held at the General Delivery Window, 
This publication was postmarked June 3, 1960« 

WiM ^HHH|^ Identification Bureau, San Francisco 
ii3> Police Department, stated that a search of the files re- 
V vealed no record relating to PATRICIA LAGERSTROM, HARRY 
FRANCIS SHANNON, or BARRY BRANHON, 

Records of the Burglary Detail, San Francisco 
Police Department, as reviewed on June 6, 196O, by SA 
MICHAEL A, TOSAW, disclosed no record identifiable with 
PATRICIA LAGERSTROM, HARRY FRANCIS SHANNON, or BARRY 
ERANNON. 

The following investigation was conducted by IC 

ROBERT BARNES at San Francisco: 

The records of the Credit Bureau of San Francisco, 
which were examined on June 6, 196O, p-nntalne^ a renort dated 
October 12. lQg;Q. iriilch reflected 



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formation concerning her. 

The records of the Credit Bureau of San Francisco 
contained the information that HArry P, SHANNON resided at 925 
Geary Street, San Francisco, during November and December 1959J 
that he formerly resided at 280 South Witmer Street, Los 
Angeles, Calif orniaj that he was self-employed as a 
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A notice In the file reflected that In December 
1959 It was determined that SHANNON no longer resided at 
925 Geary Street, San Francisco, 

Also contained in the file was a letter addressed to 
the Credit Bureau of San Francisco from HARRy P. SHANNON, 925 
Geary Street, San Francisco, This letter, which was dated 
December 28, 1959, thanked the Credit Bureau for its inquiry 
and went on to state that the information requested by the 
Credit Bureau would not be furnished as it was believed to 
be unnecessary, because the writer of the letter, HARRY P, 
SHANNON, was leaving San Francisco, in the "next few days" 
for an extended tour of South America, The writer stated 
that it was possible that he might return to San Francisco, 
but that he did not have any special plans. The letter was 
signed by SHANNON. There was no other information in the 
files concerning him. 



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"Yockey first came to oitr attention in 
June of 1950, when he was one of the speakers at 
two meetings of Gerald Smith's Christian National- 
ist Party^ held in St. Louis* Subsequently, Drew 
Pearson and The Reporter magazine in March and 
April of 195^ publicly Identified Yookey (under his 
alias of Ulick Varange) as an associate of Frederick 
Charles Weiss of New York and H, Keith Thompson, 
both active at that time in the neo-Nazi movement 
here. The point of both the Pearson column, which 
appeared in the Washington Post of March 31, 195^^ 
and The Reporter article (issue of April 13* 195^) 
was that neo-Nazi elements both here and In 
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"The Reporter article by Edinond Taylor was 
entitled 'Germany: Where Fascism and Commimism 
meet* and had this to say about Yockey-Varange: 

•A still Stranger associate of Weiss »s 
is a small, dark, intense-looking man 
who usually calls himself Ulick Varange 
(which is supposed to signify "p?eland- 
Russia") but who claims to have been 
born Francis Parker Yockey in Chicago in 1917« 
Varange, who has also used the name 
Prank Healy, is fairly prominent in the 
political demimonde of international 
fascism, particularly in England* A book 
of his published in London with the title 
Imperium outlined what he considers 
should be the master themes of fascist 
strategy: anti- Americanism, neutralism 
for Germany, and the avoidance of any 
anti-Soviet activity. » 



"Authentic background Information on Yockey has 
been difficult to come by and is somewhat confusing. 
It is believed that he received a law degree from 
Notre Dame University and had been in the Service 
during the early part of World War II. 

"After he came to our attention in connection 
with the Gerald Smith and Weiss activities, there 
were reports that Yockey had left the coimtry and 
was in Germany. This information was reliable and 
it was subsequently learned that Yockey- Varange 
was in Germany diu?ing 1954 and 1955 • He was 
apparently travelling back and forth, however, 
because he was also reported to be in the United 
States and on the West Coast during the same 
general period. 

"At this time vie learned tJ* the P.B.I, 
was hot in pursuit of Yockey-Varange, although 
we heard that it was in connection with possible 
passport violations. However, it would be a 
good guess that the real reason they were after 
him was because of his possible activities in 

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connection "with neo-Nazi and Cornraunist Intrigue • 
It may well be that they had him iinder suspicion 
as som^cind of espionage agents I would caution 
you^HjH^^that this is sheer speculation^ 

"In 1958 we heard that he was somewhere on 
the West Coast again and there had been very 
unsubstantial rumors that he might even have 
been to Russia sometime earlier — possibly 
during 1957* 

"There were also reports that he might have 
been working for or with Willis Carto and the 
'RIGHTS group in your area. Prom one of the sources^ 
we have relied upon for information on Yockey, we 
learned that for the last several years he has 
a deep and abiding hatred for all things American 
and the United States — this, despite the fact 
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lad been interested in WILLIS CARTO for the past three 
years, but that nothing had come to their attention^ in dicatl i 
any association between CARTO and YOCKEY, although 
suspected possible association between the men," 

^mialso furnished on June 10, I960, the 
following information regarding A LEXANDER B. SCHARP, which 
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Single 

His only known relative is a 
sister, narne unknown, who 
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in late I958 and early 1959 by Rabbi BERNARD DUCOPP, Director 
of the Jewish Educational Society, San Francisco, where SCHARP 
was reportedly a very competent employee. SCHARP was then 
employed by Rabbi (HAROLD) ABRAHAM SCHULWEIS, Head of the 
Orthodox Synagogue in Oakland, California. SCHARP worked 
as a teacher at the Religious School of the Temple Beth 
Abraham, Oakland, and was a roommate of EZRA COHEN, a 
teacher at the Hebrew Day School, Oakland. COHEN married, 
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visited the Reno, Nevada, area and was usually in poor 
financial circumstances. He attempted on occasion to borrow 
money for the proposed travel of his sister to the United 
States. 

Due to a personality clash with the Rabbi, SCHARP 
was s^eduled to be dismissed from his employment on June 
10, I960, because of a conflict which had arisen during the 
past weeks between SCHARP and the Rabbi . fHi^^ noted that 
SCHARP IS scheduled dismi ssal was not brough t ^-hnui-. bv his 
connection with YOCKEY. |HHHIi^|iHB^BMBlBl had no 
information indicating ar^assoclatior^etweerRcH^ and 
YOCKEY prior to the date of YOCKEY's arrest in SCHARP ts 
apartment. 



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of SCHARP m Oakland, California, on June 6, I96O. 







^.^® stated that the "Oakland Tribune" had published 
information to the effect that SCHARP had not been located, 
either at his residence or at his employment. 

He advised that he had obtained the following back- 
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Birthplace: 
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12/12/28 
Czechoslovakia 
Came to the United States 
approximately five years 
ago, after teaching for one 
year in Assuncion, Paraguay, 
Attended Columbia Tfeiversity, 
New York City, for two 
years; became a graduate of 
the Teachers Institute of 
the Jewish Theological 
Seminary in New York; 
taught school (not further 
identified) at Nutley and 
Passaic, New Jersey, and 
came to work for the Jewish 
Educational Center in San 
Francisco, during January 
1959. 



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[advised SA WAYNE K. WELCH on June 
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WILLIAM P. CLANCY, Jr., Assistant United States 
Attorney, San Francisco, advised on June I8, I96O, that a 
material witness warrant was issued for ALEX SCHARF oh June 
17, i960, on behalf of the United States Department of State, 
San Francisco, based upon a complaint filed by AUSA CLANCY, 



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ALEXANDER SCHARF, who advised that he had come to San 
Francisco from Philadelphia aii^jasstaying at a Jewish 
church on California Street. jBH^JI recalled that SCHARF 
then drove a convertible, poss^l^siBuick, and appeared 
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On June 11, i960, SA HARRY P. ROTE, JR. was advised 
by Chief Petty Officer WILLIAM M. SIMPSON, United States 
Navy Comraunications Center, Federal Office Building, San 
Francisco, that SIMPSON had received a telephone call during 
the morning of June 11, 196O, by an unidentified man. The 
man advised that he had recognized newspaper photographs of 
yOCKEY as a person he had seen at the Sailors Union Hall, 
San Francisco, attempting to buy Merchant Marine documents 
and "Z" cards. He related that Yockey was offering $500.00 
for these documents. The unidentified man said that he 
had attempted to contact the Passport Office of the U. S, 
Department of State, but had received no answer, and SIMPSON 
informed the man that those offices were closed on Saturday. 
SIMPSON said that he had not obtained the unknown man's name 
or telephone number, and that the man had furnished no additional 
infoimation. 




WAYNE K. WELCH that he had received an anonymous telephone 
call on June 11, i960, from an unknown man who stated that 
he was a coastguardsman from a Coast Guard facility at 
Wilmington, California. The man said that he had recognized 
YOCKEY's photograph in the newspaper as being identical with 
the man who had been in the Wilmington, California, area 
about two months ago and had offered $200.00 to purchase 
seamen's "Z" cards. The unidentified caller hun|yjjyam|Out 
furnishing additional information, according to flHHJ^B 




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this information. 



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incarceratBd at the Oakland City Jail, Oakland> California, 
under the name of RICHARD HATCH, contacted Mrs. VINETTE 
COYNE in Washington, D.C. YOCKEY Indicated that he had not 
seen Mrs* COYNE for about eight years* He advised that he 
had been sending her "mental messages, " and requested that 
she do the obvious things for him. He indicated that he 
had been trapped by a supposed friend, through a weakness 
on the part of the friend. Mrs. COYNE observed that she 
had a friend in the San Francisco area, whom she did not 
Identify, and that she would probably send her friend to 
assist YOCKEY. She indicated to YOCKEY that the police 
officials would probably divide between them the $2,276.00 
that YOCKEY had in his possession at the time of his arrest. 
YOCKEY advised that the FBI had taken his pin and all of his 
papers. He asked Mrs. COYNE to tell his friend, GLORIA, 
that he still liked her and to say hello to her, and he 
indicated that he had attempted to place a telephone call to 
ALICE LOUISE, but had been unsuccessful* Mrs, COYInIE 
suggested that ALICE LOUISE was probably in Hawaii. 




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A. MERRILL and FRANK S . PERRONE at( 

regarding another matter. 
Lng the intervTew71^BBIP^3vTsed that he had no knowledge 
of the whereabouts of PgANCIS PARKER YOCKEY, and had 
assumed that YOCKEY was dead. |H|HPobserved that he was 
not able to make a satisfactory living from his rightist 
activity, and that he was employed on a part-time basis » 



On June 10, i960 J/j/^j^///^ telephonlcally 
contacted SA DIRCK A^ MERRILL ana maae inquiry regarding 
the seriousness of the charges against YOCKEY, the length 
of YOCKEY •s expected stay In the San Francisco County Jail, 
and information concerning the proper procedure to follow 
in order to arrange an Interview with YOCKEY. He advised 
that he held a press card and wishedt^iiiterv^^YOCIgJ^^ 
in hi s capacity as a newspaperman^ MJ^BBBMBB^BM^K 

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Marshal, San Francisco, had Informed him tha^oress Interviews 
with Federal prisoners were not allov/ed.BBBI^was referred 
to Mr, JAMES CAVANAUGH, Special Agent in Charge, Security- 
Division, United States Department of State, San Francisco, 
and CAVANAUGH was promptly informed on June 10, I90O, by 
SA MERRILL of the pa^ure of I^^Bft request. 




RE: CHRISTIAN NATIONALIST PARTY OF AMERICA 



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on June 97 1950, a news^^tem was broadcast over KOB Radio, 
Albuquerque, New Mexico, reflecting that one FRANCIS YOCKEY 
had been arrested on that date in the possession of over 20 
passports bearing fictitious names. 



been made 




he believed YOCKEY's arrest had 

SCO, California. 




irs "office at St, Louis, Missouri, 
in the Christian Nationa list Part 
Cross and the Flag." _^^^___ 
had Just >^ oTne to th ft United States 



accepted 
home. 



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Invitation 



on him in 
and expressed an interest 
erica and "The 

,YOCKEY told him he 

TrSIT Prance, and YOCKBY 



reside at the Informant's 




>d\u?ing his association with 
YOCKEY, he learned that YOCKEY's true name was YULICK 
VARANQE, and that he ha^ a sister, name unknown, who 

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Party of America's ^^^i^^^^^^JJ^r Sid during the return 

^K^,s!iiiPa??er he'left Infonnant.s residence, 
other than YOCKEY left St. Lo^is- .^^ 

_, ^^a^^^iM^HHMKad only a few 
^?^^'^IPII^!if?nr^, Louis, but did not 
personal belonging^ on nis ^Ylltri stated that later in 
?;pear to want for funds ^^^°^|^^'eSned political 
19%, and during 1950, he ^!°^J:;!2_ "7! south America and 
pSblications from various . c ountrles^in g;^^^,,^^ ^^ were 
Italy, which, becauseof th||||||||iM||||||^^g j^s^s had 

mailed to him by JOCKEY •]g^^^^^''^^"^ 
no further contact with YOCKEY. 

^iHir^^Bcribecl YOCKEY as extremely intelligent 

.ut complliPScrup^ous^ 

and who has traveled extensively J^^^^^^j^ regarding 
related that he could ^^^^^.?° ^^p, and volunteered 
YOCKEY* 8 birth date ^^^/^^^J^^^f^f association with 
that, based on his ^onyersatxonsgd ass^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ 

YOCKEY in 19^9. YieJjj^j^^j^jjjfMJ^-^^ had no information 
time a Communist. ^■■|lfH|B'|ffi|nassport activities, 
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bhS~~Chrlstian liationallst Cmisaae (CNC) was organized 

In St, Louis, Missouri, in 1947 and moved its headquarters 
to Glendale, California, in 1953, where it continues to be 
located; that from the parent CNC subsidiary organizations, 
including the Christian Nationalist Party (of America), have 
developed; that these organizations all reflect in their 
literature the imprint of their chief organizer and director, 
GERALD L. K, SMITH, whose basic argument has been that this 
nation, traditionally Christian and racially segregated, is 
threatened by anti-Christian and racially "mongrelizing" 
forces such as Communism and Internationalism, all dominantly 
motivated by international Jewry which controls this country 
financially and politically; and that these organizations 
are not membership organizations but represent followers who 
contribute to them or subscribe to their literature. SP T-11 
added that, although GERALD L.K, SMITH and his close associates 
are not known to have appealed to illegal action, the tenor 
of their statements and program is intensely anti-Semitic as 
indirectly indicated by the slogan of the Christian Nationalist 
Party, announced in I950, which was, "One Faith - One Race - 
One Nation," 



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pvnTSTRATlON ACT; ISA OP 1950; 
l^iilSRT AND VISA MATTERS 

ReDort of Special Agent WAYNE K. 
SeiCh! dated and captioned as 
above at San Francisco. 



All sources (except ^j^^^f^f rfliaSle^l^om^^^^ 
referenced coimmmication have furnished reii 

in the past, 

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St» Louis Indices contain the following information 
regarding the subject: 

Memorandum from the St. Louis Police Department furnished 
details regarding a meeting of the Christian Nationalist .Party 
June 13, 1950. The speakers were DONKiOHBECK, C andidate for A{.dj», 
Congre^^man^of the ijl^ Missouri J)istActj who was Chairman of ^- ^ 
the meeting; JOHN wJ^^AMILTON, Candidate' for,, Senator from..Jviissouri; 
and ULIK VARANGE, residing at Roxana, Illinois, who has r,ecently 
returned from Europe, who described the underground working of 
the party in France, Germany, England and also in Belgium. 

All remarks at meeting were directed against the 
Communists, Jews, Negroes, and Republican and Democrat Parties. 
HAMILTON stated that after three years of effort the party will 
be listed on the ballot at the next election, and he as candi- 
date would make many speeches starting after the primary to 
Inform the public of the true conditions existing, and xorfte 
against Jews, Negroes, Communists, etc. VARANGE stated that 
he attended the trials at Nurrenburg and other places and spoke 
of the unfairness of the trials and the importance of the 
testimony of the Jews. He also stated that we will have a 
Nurrenburg trial in this country some day. 



Among other statements made was one that the real 
Communist Party in this Country is the Democratic Party and 
that TRUMAN should be in the Penitentiary for Treason. Also, 
Mr. NILES, the President's confidential advisor, had to change 
his name because he was ai'rested for committing an indecent 
act on a six year old boy,, 



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Los Angeles, California, July 20th to 23rd inclusive. 




^ ^_^_^ flier 

announcing a program at the St. Louis House, 23^5 Lafayette Ave., 
St. Louis, Mo., on 6/29/50. The flier indicates ULICK VARANGE, 
"Representative of the European Liberation Front", will speak 
on the topic, "Is Europe Dead?" The program is under the spon- 
sorship of the Christian Nationalist Party and DON LOHBECK is 
listed as Chairman with JOHN W. HAMILTON, Vice-Chairman. The 
flier also indicates that there will be a discussion concerning 
the "Secret Jewish Government in Washington." 

attended a meeting sponsored by the Christian Nationalist Party 
on 6/29/&0. The speakers Included ULICK VARANGE, who stated 
that he Just returned from Europe in order to meet the leaders 
of the "party" and to contact its members and then he planned 
to return to Europe. He ridiculed the Nurrenburg trials saying 
they were controlled by the Jews, and that thousands of "white 
Christian Germans" were actually convicted before being tried. 
He contended that the Jews control the world today. 

Other speakers included JOHN W. HAMILTON, Christian 
Nationalist candidate for the Senate, who said that Korea wars 
actually lost at Yalta. He contended that we should be more 
concerned about the millions of white people who were being en- 
slaved in Germany than the Koreans. He accused BERNARD BARUCH 
of having a blueprint of World War III ready to be put into use. 
Concluding his speech, he said that this country would not be 
safe until all Jews are fired from Government positions. 

A third speaker was DON LOHBECK, Editor of the Cross 
and the Flag, official publication of the Christian Nationalists, 
who said that Senator JOSEPH MC CARTHY is one of the "good 
Americans" left in the Government. He said that the State 
Department is saturated with known Communists and that the 
cause of Communism is being advanced not primarily by the 
Communist Party but by their tools, the Democratic and Republican 
Parties. . 

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to 

had run away 

might possibly be wanted by the FBI In relation to our security 
program. He stated that slnge ^hls daughter had run aw av she 
had gotten in . contact wl thj 

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'she^ Inf ormed^B||PI|||||||[^£Hat~^he man she had run away with 
had given her a new concept on political views, on living, etc., 
and that although the exact nature of his political views must 
be kept completely confidential, she was only able to say that 
they were entirely new to most people's way of thinking. When 
questioned as to just what these political views were, she had 
indicated that they were definitely not Communistic, but instead 
Just the "opposite." She indicated that the subject was 
attempting to get a. passport to travel in Europe and was 
having some difficulties, due to these political beliefs. 
She also spoke of some papers which her husband had found 
and which were being used by her husband to hold over her, 
the entire insinuation being tha^thes^oagers were subversive 
in nature and implicated both^^H[|^^^HVand the subject. 



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been introduced to his__daj 
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while they were living in Maryland, 



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time asserted that YOCKEY had made a considerable sum of money 
in the black market while in Europe but los^^^oi^ii invest- 
ment in the citrus business. She recalled|m^HBriavlng 
stated YOCKEY came to the United States through Montreal, Canada. 



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PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS . ...^«^..»^,«m nnMTRiMrr» 

REGISTRATION ACT ALL INFORMATIOM CO^ITAIMED 

INTERNAL SECURITY ACT OF 1950 pPrri- ' \^ '";''} \ ""SirlED 




With further reference to this matter, SAC R* D. Auerbach, 

I San Francisco, has just advised that Yockey was foiind dead in his 
cell at 7:25 a. m. today, San Francisco time. As the coffee wagon 
came around the cell block, his cellmate in the lower bunk pushed 
Yockey who was reclining in the upper bunk and asked him if he 
wanted coffee. When he was imable to rouse Yockey, he called 
the guards. It was then determined that Yockey was dead. 

The coroner, San Francisco County, is going to 
perform an autopsy this morning. Auerbach said they had no 
knowledge of any illness on the part of Yockey. He had made no 
complaint of such and they knew of no medication he may have 
been taking. The Assistant U. S. Attorney, Donald Constine,, 
is advising the Department. ^ 

Yockey has been in custody charged by the State ^ 

Department with violating the Passport laws and was to be afforded -^ 
psychiatric examination between now and July 11, 1960, at which 
time a report was to be submitted to the Court. He is in the ,^a^^ 

custody of the United States Marshal, Frank O. Bell, and was 
lodged in San Francisco County Jail No. 1 pursuant to process 
initiated by the State Department. This jail is operated by Sheriff 
Matthew Carberry. . I':'^ rec- 25 LQ£rM^S^A,% 

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DIRECTOR, FBI (105-8229) 
SAC, SAN FRANCISCO ( 105-1769 ) 

FRANCIS PARKETYOCKET, aka.; 
ISA OF 1950^ VISA AND PASSPORT 
MATTERS; REGISTRATION ACT 



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SLATTERY related that he Is in receipt of a 
communication from the New York Office of INS regarding 
ALEXANDER SCHARF, to the effect that further investigation ^ 
has developed that SCHARF applied in person in Cuba on June / /^O 
21, i960, for a position as teacher at the Plantel Del Centro/ I \ 
Israelita de Cuba, 224 Miguel Flgueroa, Santos Suarez, Cuba, \ 
telephone numbers 1-6584 and I-7068, c/o SAMUEL PAPIR or 
PAPIER, Principal. It was also ascertained that SCHARP^s wife 
divorced him and remarried. 



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This is to advise the Director that a complete memorandum 
showing our participation in this matter has been prepared and is 
attached hereto. 

With further reference to the death of Yockey, 
SAC Auerbach, San Francisco, has advised that it now appears 
the death was a suicide. A note was found with the body which read 
as follows: 



'1 shall write no message wnicb : knew will never be 
delivered • only this which will be. You will never 
discover who helped me for he is to be found in your 
multitudinous ranks, at least outwardly, " 



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as lips are dehydrated and there is a white substance ia the^mouth. ., ^ r. 
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SAC, SAN FRANCISCO (105-1769) 

FRANCIS PARKER-TOCKET, aka., 
REGISTRATION ACT; ISA «50; 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS 
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JAMES P. CAVANAUGH, Security Division. 
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Recently located 



AliSTSCHARP in Havana, Cuba. SCHARP subsequently telephoned^ 
from Havana and e:q?ressed a desire to sell the story of his 
, <j, relationship with YOCKES" to the newspaper for $800. SCHARP 
*'^ indicated that he was without funds and that he would like to 
return to the U.S. but feared that he might be indicted. 



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CAVANAUGH advised that SCHARP 's whereabouts had been 
known to the U.S. Attorney's Office, SP, and that office plans 
to effect SCHARP 's return to SP for the puipose of appearing 
before a PGJ to determine if possible violations of immigration 
or passport statutes have occurred. SCHARP will be admitted to 
the U.S. under bond and if found to have violated immigration 
laws, could later be excluded from this country. 

Above is being furnished Bureau and Chicago for 
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a story regarding YOCKEy and ALEXANDER B. SCHARP. __ 
observed that they had been in touch with SCHAKP and 
SCHARP is anxious to return to the U.S., he is fearf ul of 
prosecution, the specific nature of whichflHIHIH|did not 
describe. ^^^^^^p^ 

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^z/l recently been in telephonic contact with 

^_ well-known Neo-lfezi^rho is now in Havan^^uba^^ 

uring their conversation, fH^HHprequestedthatflfl 
return certain pa pers regamxB^ftxJKEy wh ich IJ^^^^Ea^Dreviously 
made avail able tofl|||HBHH||||^^ advised that 

|flHIIIIHB^<^ld not describe the specific nature of these 
documents. 

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oJBfi&feJtju CAVANAUGH Stated that^^^^^di d not ment ion the 
i^natxire of the association between SCHARF andfl^BHV nor did 
he indicate that the two were acquainted. ^^^^^ ' /^} Jv' 



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regarding YOCKES' reflects that d^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^vas 
interviewed by SAs in NYC in 1953 

JJjUjb U) Above is furnished Bureau and Chicago for info purposes 
andori^^om^^^bein|^orwarded NY due to the last known residence 
of ^piHmmBHHI ^^ action is contemplated^y SF in 
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subject: FRANCIS PARKER TOCKET, aka. 
REGISTRATION ACT; INTERNAL 
SECURITY ACT OF 1950; 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS 



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In report of SA WAYNE K. WELCH dated July 7, 
1 960. a t S an F rancisco there ^glnforaatlon recelssed f roi 

SfiB conceaxea oy request) that in 

Tbelieved the subject to be a Communist at that time. 
Juring 1949 and 1950fl/ttlHt^ecelved political publications 
from various countries in South America and in Italy ^ich 
he believed were mailed by the subject. 

When interviewed June 6, 1960, as RICHARD CHARLES 
HATCH, the subject stated that for the past fifteen years 
he had been self-employed as a photographer mainly in 
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While recently confined to the Oakland, California, 
City Jail , subject told another innate that he had r 
recently been in Cuba and was connected with the ^ 
CASTBO regime and also mentioned connections in Florida 
and Argentina. 

It is noted that prior to his recent arrest 
T0CKE7 was last known to be in Munich, Germany, in 
1955 and little information concerning his whereabouts 
or activities has been received since that time. At 
the time of his arrest he possessed a legitimation 
card in the name of FRAHZ LUDWIG YORCK dated 1953 at 
Munich which reflected that he was at that time a 
staff member of publications entitled "Quick" and 
"Weltbild", published by Th, Martens and Company, 
Grb H, Munich. 

The subject also possessed United States 
Passport Number 878384 in the name of EDWARD MAX 
BRICEMAN on which appear numerous exit and entry 
stamps indicating a great amount of travel during the 
years 1954 - 1956 in various countries including 
Germany, England, Belgium, France and Austria. Ho 
travel is indicated since 1956. Inquiry of the Passport 
Division, Department of State at Chicago reveals that 
various European countries, notably West Germany, in 
approximately 1956 discontinued the practice of requiring 
stamp when entering or exiting and as a result a passport 
is no longer a record of such travel. 

In view of the subject's past fascist connections, 
travel and remarks, it is believed by this office that 
a possibility exists that he may have been involved 
in some manner over a period of years in an apparatus 
of either a fascist or Communist nature. An examination 
of his effects reveals that the above legitimation 
card and passport are the only items which appear 
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beginning »t approximately the sa»e time that the 
last previous information concerning him has been . ♦ 
received. A number of other items in his possession \ 
are susceptible of providing information concerning , 
him but appear to concern themselves with approximately 
a period of the past three years* 

Of the possessions of YOCKET which appear 
to concern the past three years, there follows a listing 
of those which it is believed could produce further 
information together with suggested inquiry in parenthesis. 

Four Social Security cards in names used 
by the subject, one Social Security card in the name 
of PATRICIA LAGERSTROM and one Social Security card 
in the name of OFELIA RODRIGOBS. (Inquiry of Social 
Security records for any information of value, such 
as residence, employer, etc.) 



List of names of eleven individuals together 
with degree and date received from San Francisco State 
1 College. (Interview of representative number of those 

- individuals to determine connections with subject. J 

i , courtesy card of J. A. Hogle and Company, .^ 
« ^ 50 Broadway, »ew York City, Account Number 09-31330-14. 
I : (inquiry at Hogle and Company for pertinent information 
in their records.) 

International Charge, Inc. credit card 
valid through March. 1960. (Inquiry of International 
Charge, Inc. for pertinent information.) 

Name card of ». C. POHLHAUS, J»'. Merrill 
Lvnch Pierce Fenner and Smith, Inc., Equitable Building, 
BStimorerSaryland. (Inquiry of POHLHAUS for pertinent 
information.) 



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Blank aeatbership card Number 3972 of Belaont 
Adult School for year 1957,,,=:_1958 bearing notation 
**310 South Witaer, 7/21/21 BLANCHE RALSTON'*. (Interview 
KALSTON.) 

i^,,^ Heabership Card Number 3971 in name of JOHN 

FOREST as member of student body of Belmont Adult School, 
1575 West 2nd Street, Los Angeles, for year 1957 - 1958. 
(Inquiry at Belmont School for pertinent information.) 

United States Passport Number 878384 in name 
of EOWARO MAX BRICEUAN, May, 1954, contains the name of 
one ELIZABETH SUTPHEN BRICEMAN, 2320 Peach tree, Atlanta, 
Georgia, as person to be notified in emergency. (Locate 
and interview BRICEMAN.) , 

J* J. ZARZA, Post Office Inspector 9 New Orleanti» 
Louisiana, advised June 8, 1960, that on March 29, 1960, 
the Main Branch of the Kev Orleans Post Office received 
a change of address card from RICHARD HATCH changing his 
address from 421 Baronne Street, Kev Orleans, to 316 
North Charles Street, care of Thomas Cook and Sons, 
Baltimore, Maryland* (Inquiry of Thomas Cook and Sons 
to determine connection with subject*) ^^ 

Set out in San Francisco airt el to the^ Bureau 
July 18, 1960, is information thatj 
wife of ALEy AKDER SCHARF, presently 





interview regarding su 

Set forth in San Francisco airtel to the Bureau 
June 20, 1960, is infoijtatio^tha 

has a friend, ^^IJjBBJIHIHHHHHBIIHH^ 

This infozrmation was furnished by the San Francisco 
Office to the United States Attorney an^State Department, 
San Francisco. (Locate and interview^lHl^for infoxrmation 
concerning the subject.) 



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r iumisneQ some inionaation conceraing xuuajsx 
December, 1954 « but had received no information concerning 
him since a pproximately two and a half years earlier. 
(ReintervieillBHHHr^^^ ^^7 information concerning 
subject's subsequent activities* ) 

. Included in the subject's effects irere various 
birth certificates and a list of names with birth and 
death data upon which appeared notations that subject 
had had recent correspondence in regard to certain of 
those names* (Inquiry of vital statistics bureaus 
to determine locations and names and addresses of 
individuals making any requests.) 

Two lists of names and addresses* (Inquiry of 
those individuals to determine connection with subject.) 

Several photographs picturing a male adult, two 
female adults and three children. (Inquiry of persons 
contacted to establish identity and connection with subject 
for possible interview* It is noted that while confined 
in the Oakland City Jail the subject stated to another 
inmate that he has two daughters.) 

TOCKET's effects also indicated that he has 
resided at the following addresses at which Inquiry has 
not been made. It is suggested that investigation might 
be conducted for the purpose of establishing the subject's 
residence in those areas and to locate persons in possession 
of pertinent information. It is noted that the dates of 
these reported residences roughly cover a period of the 
past three years* 



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San Francisco 

422 Roberts 
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Du Val Apartments 
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Los Angeles 

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Sparks, Nevada 

833 Market 

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(city not knovn) 

1224 St. Paul Street 
Baltimore I Maryland 

In Name of JACK PETER FOREST 

6360 Bryn Mavr 
Hollyvood, California 

In Name of HARRY FRANCIS SHANNON 

Stinson Beach, California 

280 South litmer Street 
Los Angeles, California 



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2400 Sacramento Street 

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V y Re^intervlew of the subject's sister t_^ICE. / 
.^'tLSEUBLOCK, andshis sister and brother-in-law,. Jir«_juid_. 
Cmts. WILLIAM dS^jCOYKE, also is a logical investigative ( 
^step in view of the fact that the subject contacted those 
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By report dated June 17 » I960, the Laboratory 
advised that irritlngs prepared with certain secret inks 
would probably not be detected by non-staining tests 
which were used in an examination of specimens previously 
submitted and that a more exhaustive examination which 
would stain and mutilate could be performed* By airtel 
dated June 20 , I960, San Francisco advised that the original 
documents in TOCKET's possession were turned over to the 
Security Division of the State Department at San Francisco* 
San Francisco is requested to advise the Bureau and 
Chicago whether or not TOCKET's effects have been claimed 
by anyone from the State Department, whether or not any 
such tests have been applied by the State Department and 
if not, their availability for additional tests by the 
FBI Laboratorye 

By airtel dated June 10, 1960, San Francisco 
advised that the State Department at San Francisco had 
initiated inquiry concerning certain names appearing on 
a slip of paper in YOCKEY's effects. As it is possible 
that some of the leads suggested herein have already been 
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Office also is requested to attempt to learn and advise 
the Bureau and Chicago of >the extent of any such inquiries 
which have been made or are planned by those agencies. 





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FROM : y| SAC, SAN FRANCISCO (105-1769) 
subject: FRANCIS PARKER^YOCKEY, aka. 



REGISTRATION ACT; 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS; 
ISA - 1950 

00: Chicago 




Enclosed herewith for the completion of Chicago's 
- -. f? files are one photostat copy each of the following 

.J^ five items: 

-f' ' (1) St. Louis letter to the Director dated 

V ■ July 13i i960; 

'^;i (2) Memorandum of SA JAMES TARLETON to SAC, 
J San Francisco, dated June 27> I960} 

(3) Letter from Coroner's Office, San Francisco, 
to State Department, San Francisco, dated 
"'^^1 June 27, i960; 

^ ! (4) Coroner's report dated June 20, I96O; 

T (5) Identification record pertaining to 



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FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY, aka 
REGISTRATION ACT; ISA-50; 
PASSPORT & VISA MATTERS 



DATE: 8/L1/60 

ALL ItlFORu'ATiQM CONTAINED' 
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Re Chicago let to Director 8/9/60, copies San Francisco. 

Subject is dead. First sentence, last paragraph of 
page 2 of ?Sie? contains the following: "Ji ^^^ f b^?Lved^bv ^' 
past fascist connections, travel and remarks, it i^ believed by 
this office that a possibility exists that he may have l>een in- 
voke? in some manner over a period of years in an apparatus of 
either a fascist or Communist nature." Since it is believed that 
he may have been involved in some sort of an apparatus of some 
Snd, maybe fascist or communist, Chicago sets out leads. 

The FBI's coverage throughout the country in both the 
C\ Communist and^Fasrcist fields is such that « fi^JJ^^^S^f dtSS 
. V such as this is not Justified, especially when it is on a dead 

' UACB this case is being RUC'd to Chicago »gth_t^8 

communication. 

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FRANCIS PARKER YOCKJST, cfca. AM IfJFap"r- 
RSGISTRATION ACT TEFIEirj 1^ u:^ 

INTJERl^AL SBCURITT AC T OF /p^C^VHIRE SKu.VIJ CTllEnjliSL 
PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERS / " 



August 26, i960 



i3 EXCEPT 



Reurlet 8/9/60 and San Francisco letter 8/1 1 /60, 

Tour letter eets forth suggested further inquiry 
which could be conducted in this case* However, as pointed 
out in referenced San Francisco letter, the fact that 
possibility exists subject may have been involved in 
some manner over a period of years in an apparatus of 
either fascist of communist nature is not Justification 
for a fishing expedition, especially in view of fact that 
subject is deceased* It is noted that the State Department 
is conducting an inquiry into subject's involvement in 
the fraudulent obtaining and use of passports and visas and 
so further investigation by Bureau at this time does not 
appear warranted* You should close case in your office* 
This case, of course, can be reppened if information is 
received from the State Department as a result of its 
inquiry which would warrant further investigation by Bureau* 

I - San Francisco , 

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NOTE: Yochey is dead* He committed suicide on 6/I7/60 
while incarcerated in Oakland County Jail where he was 
being held under $50^,000 bond for alleged violation of 
Title 18, Section $43, United States Code (making false 
statements in obtaining a passport under fraudulent name)* 
This complaint was signed by the State Department* 



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SAC, MIAMI (105-1972) 

FRANCIS PARKER TOCKEY, aka. 
RA; INTERNAL SECURITY 
ACT OF 1950; PASSPORT 
AND VISA MATTERS 
(00: CHICAGO) 



date: 8/11/60 




1960, that 



_ C. MENTON, on August 5, 

had received information a week or ten day s 

ago froE 

that captioned subject had committed suicide 

in San Francisco. -, 



If the above information has previously been 
reported to the Bureau and the office of origin, San 
C^ancisco should be requested to verify this information. 



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1 - San Francisco (105-176 )( Info) (RM) 

1 - Miami (105-1972) 

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ALL iriFORMATiON COFITAINED 

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SUBJECT 

8/9/60. 



DIRECTOR, FBI (105-8229) 

SAC, NEW YORK (105-3562) 

FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY aka 
ISA-50; RAj P and VM . 
00: CHICAGO 

Re San Francisco alrtel to Director dated 



The files of the New York Office contain no 
information pertaining t o ALEXANDER B. SCHARF. However, 
NYO files reflect that 



:ny file 25-58291) Photostat 

copies of following reports are being furnished to Chicago 
and San Francisco for information: 

Report of SA LAWRENC E H. BRAC 
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Report o f SA HUGH G. FORD dated 10/l4> 
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DIRECTOR, FBI (105-8229) 
SAC, SAN FRANCISCO (105-1769) 




FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY, aka. 

REGISTRATION ACT; PASSPORT AND VISA MATTERSi 

ISA - 1950 

00: Chicago 



Re San Francisco alrtel, 8/4/60, ^rtiich sets forth the desire 

of the USA, San Francisco, to effect the appearance of ALEXANDER 

BENJAMIN SCHARF before the FGJ, San Francisco. 

INS, San Francisco, In a report regarding SCHARF dated 7/29/60, 
has developed Information to the effect that SCHARF has also 
been known as BRITT PHILLIPS, DAVID CHAPPELLE and BENJAMIN 
YOUNGER. 

m view of SCHARF 's possible appearance before the Grand Jtiry, 
the Bureau is requested to furnish San Francisco Kith any 
pertinent data Identifiable with the aforementioned aliases 
of SCHARF, which may be contained In Bureau files. 



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FRANCIS PAEKER YOCKET '■ 
REGISTRATION ACT; PASSPORT AND 
VISA MATTERS; JSA-29SO 



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Western occupation power" '^"*«=T Authorities against the 
I! L?r°-"-^'="'sr^^^^^^ ^SJLT^o-P^-nt that 

ai5"St"fon?Lpla?e"tgr^Jn? ''°?''*? =*" "*" =tart vlth" he 
he wanted to fc.vmlastnsltloLft-^^'-^*' Propaganiarwrs? 
antl-toerlcan propaganda! ^^ newspaper specialising In 

oO^'^feS^!' ""■^^'^ »* *"» ""e "« a former Mosley »an. 

s»?^«ii Ki- fio^xrs:r?ni„^-.gg — , 

to be violently antl-LerlcM Shiii"* ??* Political line was I 

tomamilsm or the Sovl™ SoS ^i\'^Z?^?^»« "^^ attaelc up^ 

|\^id'^TwS;iThf p^ti f oSrfr --- ?^"a"'- t ■• 

the Soviet Jtabassy In Londo". financial support from 




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Gt^Ly°'l„1^„1tfl5/i»--li" organisation was being created in 

i^sl*u?*;cMDOm5*I!J?ri4 ^? founding the British weekly 
subsidiary orlaM J? 1 1 n^^Ju? H.i;'^- CHESTERTOH and its '^ 

Of Which Lt^'^Aallty In"?i.'Sca°I ^'"^ '^^'^''^^ ""«> 

1 &"''^!"*°'?^"^S't-"e*;!a,"in^i1e-d'°r?ii'S""«^« -^ 

I for a weekend to discuss SuSJe^^JJItJ^I.*" ^l^' !«*"» home 

I |1SlulS%e%°?a'ln' lr<i\%?nS tiJI^^^?"? ^" *»« ^--alist 

^^^*"'f *''«y "«« not the reS da^jMr^Ti^L"?^?" ""^ Communism 
I concentrate upon attacking'?h1 ?Sf 'LS!y^ *?Se* 5itin?ates ) 

; £i?^^'^^« -?-ae"" me^?xTL^^^ t™ -"-"o- 

Jewish speech. y-Lru±enzxy anti-American and anti- 

i: ?^\^'«"'/&y'"lte'^1?ti??:"!;S? S^= antl-Zionist trial 

^ the neo-nasi HEHAISSANCE pIrk J^SS ™^ *"ly published 
and financed by one F.cVf. WEIM? ^ * "'*" ''*^^«'' "ADOLE 

from his LEBL«C PUBLISHERS, tf lIsfl^^Ef^sltrilJeel'^"! C 

, ^^»""es'?he''tgeo?y"?Sat%?fi:^^^^?^ ^0 anti-Jewish'and 

] ?!S?°'* '^'"unlK^SicSls'now laSo^ff "^ anji-semltes mtt 

1 Jewish-dominated toerica. "atlonal-Socialist against 

I ™0^'ve^lc^?erani'°S^|f?? ?^^i «""-«»« H. KEITH 

SlA^rioS?!. ^°'™ «• «"^. ^'"- VrS:o%?a1Se1=^^galSe^=^^ 

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recently these tw« ^^rl i,? ^®ssers VEISS tod THOMPSON ^d 

"THE WoSLS^'fF^SEsS^SfJh ff'L^f J^^^^^'^ lasTaSicle 
> pro-Soviet. ^^°" ^^' <=>^ce again, antl -American and 

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visited the Soviet Union in the niid-1950's and I wonder if 
you would care to comment on this? 

I would also be extremely grateful if you would comment on 
^ne points I have taken from my file on Yockey and whether 
behind Ycckey's arrest both the FBI and State knew Yockey 
was working for the Soviet Union? 

Trusting that you can help me re this matter and if I can 
be of any further assistance my files, etc. are at your 
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Dear Sirg 

J a. in receipt of ^^r^ ,i^^:\,^%^ i%T^'Jc\sfi\.er 
in which you made inquiries pertaining to the late rran 

Yockey* 

in the files of the '^''"'''ji, "'„*<„, branch of the 
then appropriate osenciee in ^« ««^^* ly^erefore. fron 
United States eovem«ent. i "t.^lXjL^ld not infer, hoaever. 
r^?'?«l "J^'ial'Toe^'tr/oU Tt I^Ji'ihe infJr^tion you desire. 

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Vr^r^^eived ffol^'i^l/^SBlW. »o ^^<^ '?^'-'«'" 



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truly yours* are used ^"^^^^^^^^^^""ciate editor of the 
that^Hixley-Blythe in 1960 was an J"|^J|J|nf by the North League, 
publication -Northland- published in scot lanaoy 

IfciStlf J!!!?^ *„?tf Ih^/St^^^tSe^luJ^rL^lSJ aroup. the 

National States Rights Party. 

Tn h^c iptter Huxley-Blythe pointed out he came to 

the Bureau'Jo'r'inJfr^tiryu^^^^^^ 

published in San F^a'^jJ-^^^S.n^rtment of Justice were interested 
State Department and ^he Department ^f^^^sxice ^^^^^^^^ ^.^ 
in Yockey who was a security case. Huxiey^iyj information 
was interested in Jockey's background and turnis ^^^ ^^^ 

^ already knew jbout Yockey. "^.Jlf^l^ working for the Soviet 
SJfo^ fnf ^luSle^qSeltfd 'orcISSe^^s^fs to the'information he 
already haa. 

vnrkPv fiubseauent to our arrest of him ©^ 6/^/^°.. 

Jail *««„5%«|?/t|"9section 543. u!'l! cSdS. peitliniSg to 
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D(\TEi/^i^s;^BY. 

The 1-19-63 issue of "The Nation" contains an advertisement for a book 
entitled "Imperium" which is described as a philosophy of history and politics. The 
book is advertised for sale for $5 by the Noontide Press of Sausalito, California. It is 
described as the second edition of the "rare and unusual book" written b y Francis Parker 
Y ockey i n,1948. In advertising the book, it is stated, "As a result of this book, the 
-rauCEorwas hunted for years by the FBI. He was finally captured and thrown into the 
1 San Francisco jail, where, on June 17, 1960, he committed suicide. " 

^ Yockey, who has utilized a number of aliases, was the subject of "Registr^ 
tion Act; Internal Security Act of 1950; Passport and Visa Matters investigations con-'>f\ 
ducted by this Bureau. Briefly, the investigation was instituted in 1952 on allegations^, 
that Yockey was engaged in Fascist activities on an international scale. He had Q 

reportedly stated his goal was to unite all Fascists in the world. Our investigation to \ 
determine his v,'hereabouts and activities disclosed that he was the author of several ^ 
publications described as Fascist and that he attended Fascist organization meetings i^ 
the United States. He had reportedly been in contact with right-wing Fascists in ^ 

Germany, England, Italy and Canada and had had considerable contact with representqA 
tives of neo-Nazi groups in the United States. He was also said to have been an y^. 

associate of former Hitler followers. He was arrested by our San Francisco Office on 

1a Selective Service charge on 6-7-60 and was being held on $50,000 bond at the Oaklai« 
County, California, jail for alleged violation of Title 18, Section 543, U.S. Code, '^ 
pertaining to false statements in obtaining a passport under a fraud\ilent name. The 
complaint had been filed by representatives of the State Departo^. While in jail he 
committed suicide on 6-17-60. ^'^O^^^cCftw^'" 

In connection with his Fascist activities he was t^^iSfiiol JP^'lmperium' 
and sev^al pamphlets of a Fascist nature. "Imperium" was written und er_his pen name 
of Ulick Varange, as well as his other writings. His writing^Teportedly reflected that 
KTvTSFvbry much for the German State, and that it will again be a great power. He is 
also reportedly very anti-Jewish and criticized America's internal and foreign policies. 
While he is not for communism, he reportedly believes that America and Russia by 
World War HI, will destroy each other. 



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booklet entitled ihe "First National Directory of 'Rightist' Groups, Publications and 
Some Individu^s in the United States and Some ForeigiU::puTV^ s" wh ich was published 

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RE: "THE NATION," 1-19-63 ISSUE 

by the Noontide Press. This booklet was apparently published in 1962 and contained 
names and addresses of many organizations which were the subject of Bureau investiga- 
tions. The directory was compUed and distributed by Alert Americans Association on 
which organization we have no pertinent information. 







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" In view of the type of reference contained in the advertisement to the FBI and 

, the fact that W. A. Cario has prepared an introduction for "Imperium," it is felt that it 
1 would be well to have the San Francisco Office obtain a copy of this book discreetly to 
1 determine if there are any references in the introduction to the FBI. Further, it is felt 
;i that it would be well to have the San Francisco Office discreetly obtain information 
f regarding the Noontide Press. 

I RECOMMENDATION: 

That the attached airtel be sent to SAC, San Francisco. 



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. W. A. CartoHmiH^mfprepared a comprehensive introduction to the 
y book, »'Impcrium. " In viev/ of this fact and the nature of the advertisement, 
HV you should dif;cre3tly obtain a copy of "Imperium" and review particularly the 
^ ' introductio:i to -determine if it contains any references to the FBL You shotild 
also discreetly ascertain the background of the Noontide Press for the Bureau's 
guidance inasmuch as Bureau files contain no pertinent references to the 
company other than the&ct that it has published a directory of "rightist** 
groupi. The results of your Inquiry and review, including appropriate indices 
checks, shouldjceach the Bureau no later than 2-13-63 under the above caption. 



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ATTACKS AGAINST THB FBI 

On March 6, 19^3^ an anonymous coimirinlcatlon 
was received at the New York Office enclosing the attached 
advertisement dated August, I960, for the book "Imperlum" 
written by FRANCIS PARKER YOCKEY. The anonynKJUS letter 
written from Fairlawn, New Jersey Indicated that other 
copies of this advertisement were being received in East 
Patterson, New Jersey • 

This advertisement is critical of the FBI in that 
it indicates that in the world-wide persecution of YOCKKY 
the FBI questioned hundreds of people at a cost of unknown 
thousands of dollars and in an explanation the FBI would 
sometimes answer with a stupid excuse that YOCKEY was 
suspected of heading an "international conspiracy*' against 
the Ctovemment* 

The advertisement concludes with an instruction 
to order the book from CHARLES SMITH, Post Office Box 1111, 
New York 8, New York, One copy of this advertisement is 
being furnished the Newark Office. 

There is no record in the New York Office concerning 
the book ' Imperium'\ The Bureau is well aware of FRANCIS 
PARKER YOCKEY, Bufile 105-8229* who is now deceased. 



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Postal Inspector JOHN CASELLA advised that Post 
Office Box 1111 was opened 3/26/41 «ind Is 0till< held by 
"Truth Seeker National Liberal League/ t*ETER BCKLER Company, 
38 Park Row, New York" . The Post Office advised that they 
have no address for CHARLES SMITH but he does receive mail at 
this Post Office Box. The New York telephone book reflects 
that "Truth Seeker", a publication, has a phone at 38 Park 
Row. There is no record in the New York Indices of FETSR 
ECKLER Company, Truth Seeker National Liberal League la 
apparently identical to the Truth Seeker Inc., and the Truth 
Seeker Company which published the Truth Seeker Magazine. 
The files of this office reflect that this is an atheist 
publication and that in April of 1959, CHARLES SMITH was 
listed on the editorial mast as President and Editor. 
It likewise appears that CHARLES SMITH in 1961, was 73 years old 
and was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct in Newburgh, 
New York on August 4, 196I. A newspaper account indicates' that 
SMITH had been flooding Newburgh with hate literature and had 
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Creative Genius Driven to Suicide 

Frustrated and driven to despair, bounded and per- 
secuted like a wild beast, deserted and ignored by the 
easy-living cowards for whom be bad fougbt so bard — 
a great creative genius committed suicide in the San 
Francisco County Jail on Thursday night, June 16. 

The man was Francis Parker Vodcey, Bom in a mid- 
Western Catholic family in Chicago in 1917, Yodcey 
displayed astounding gifts early in life and his wonder- 
ing parents determined to give 
him the best education they 
could. He attended American 
colleges, graduating cuw taude 
from Harvard in 1941. 

He was a talented pianist. He 
was a gifted writer. But most of 
all, Yockey was a philosopher. 

Although strongly anti-war, 
Yockey joined the army. He 
never went overseas and was YOCKEY 

given an honorable (medical) - 
ischarge in 1943. In 1944 he went to work as assistant 
county attorney in Detroit He soon applied for a Po- 
sition with the "war crimes" cribun^^d easily landed 
a job. But it was too much for his^^^se of justice. He 
became nauseated with the crooked and illegal pro- 
cedures being followed and, in an angry exchange 
with Justice Jackson, quit 

This was the turning point in bis life, for Jackson 
immediately reported Yockey s attitude to his superi- 
ors. Back in New York^s bustling offices of the Anti- 
Defamation League, a new file was opened. The name 
on it was, "Yockey, Francis Parker J' 

WRITES mi MASTERPIECE 

Now Yockey travelled in Europe. At first he tried 
to work widh various European Aationalist groups 
which advocated European unification. But he was re- 
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b dynamic philosophy of Cultural Vitalism could 
save the White race. So he went to Brittas Bay, Ireland 
in 1948. Isolated, he wrote Imperium, using the pen 
name of Ulick Varange. 

This task took him six months. Incredibly, in spite 
of the vast learning the book displays, he did not need 
to use any references while writing it! 

Imperium is a book which will live a thousand years. 
It is a deeply spiritual study of the organic culture, 
viewed from the standpoint of the necessity of West- 
ern survival. 

YOCKEY MUST IE DESTROYED 

From the moment of publication of this book, his 
doom was sealed. For it must have become apparent to 
international Jewry at that time that Yockey had to be 
destroyed and his book suppressed at all costs. The file 
in the ADL labelled "Yodcey" was ^ow stamped 
*'PriorityV* 

After a disappointing trip to die U.S., Yockey re- 
' tured to Europe in 1951. This was when he wrote to _ 
"^an American : '7 cdn^ttakeit any longer* People are so 
dumb and our own patriots are so divided and can't 
grasp the danger we are in!' 

By now, the federal government had been impressed 
into the service of the ADL and it began systematic, 
world-wide persecution of Yockey. This finally became 
unbearable; Yodcey dropped completely out of sight 
Back in the U,S., the FBI quesrioncd hundreds of peo- 
ple at a cost of an unknown thousands of dollars. A 
few people asked the FBI why thej were so interested 
in this anti-Communist, whose only crime had been to 
write a book. The FBI would sometimes answer that 
Yockey was suspected of heading an ^'international 
conspiracy" against the government This stupid ex- 
cuse was the best the ADL could devise to justify their 
inhuman treatment of Yodcey. In the meantime, 
Yodcey apparently resorted to fake names and pass- 
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Five years ago Francis Pf irker YoGken-jMis murdered by the 
Marxist enemies of our country iHff- ihe dxsiorUrs of our Western 
Civilization. This brilliant philosopher gave the answer to the 
cause of his murder "My Enemies have Evaluated Me Better Than My 
Friends." 

Having served in the armed services of our country during 
the Second World War (to make the world safe for international 
communism, distortion, and destruction of the culture of the West), 
Mr. Yockey was with the "War Crimes Tribunal." He agreed with the 
late Senator Taft that the lynching bee at Nuernberg was serving 
the interests and "was meant to serve the interest of international 
communism." A few sane men like Yockey, Senator Taft and the one 
honest judge who was taken in custody and sent home , prevented a 
false finding by our Marxist lynchers that the West (the Germans) 
were guilty of the Katyn Massacre of over 100,000 leaders of Poland. 

Yockey knew that murder and assassination such as were 
used at Nuernberg, and on our late President, require a high level 
policy decision of the distorters (not Mr. Warren's "right wingers ) 
and that the distorters criteria for such murder is (1) it must be 
highly effective, and\(2) must serve as some sort of an example. 

In hjg hook'^ilkperium wh ich the distorters have been able ^ 
to burn and ban from our >^ helve s7 he proceeded to expand on Spengler's 
method of showing the behavior of a cultural organism, a spiritual 
force. He showed up the hypocracy of the culture distorters who have 
such enormous race pride and nationalism, but have been able to make 
race pride and nationalism a cardinal sin and taboo for the peoples 
of the West. He exposed the criminal propaganda of those who would 
unite Europe in one money economy but destroy it as a "people, race, 
nation, state, society" with a will to live, as such, and to resist 
the distorters whether from Asia, or existing in our own territory 
as parasites. He exposed the inorganic thinking of the distorters 
who would destroy our High Culture by dealing with it as an inorganic 
problem. Spengler, the pessimist, believed that our world cities 
of London, New York and Berlin would disappear under jungle vege- 
tation as did the Sumerian and other High Culture cities. Yockey 
exposed the capitalistic mentality (engaged in competition to get 
rich) who would picture the spirit of the West as an animal world. 
The time is passed when men will die to help the distorters "improve 
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not to follow the dictates of the Marxist hired men, who cannot 
understand the Spirit of the West and who win by inciting class 
hate as though it were the inevitable instinct of man. Their cult 
of co-existence and brotherhood of man has convinced the hired men 
of the West that hate has been eliminated from all human activities 
and that we must surrender our Western civilization to the distorter, 
^ the Marxist and the barbarian of the East, On the other hand, the 
f^ distorter lives on hate and uses Communism as an Eastern barbarian 
i weapon of foreign policy. Marxism has been able to prove that hate 

"S^ is effective as a political weapon to create losing wars, between 
§-i the states of the West. 

Imperium exposes the Marxist Old Testament ideas that 
work is a curse laid upon men as a sin, all of which is contrary 
to the belief of the High Culture of the West and its belief that 
"to work is to pray." Our distorters can only win by convincing 
the world that work is to be despised and that the masses, if 
* they can control them, should steal the products of those who work. 
N|| CcMmnimists, their hired men and distorters, cannot understand anyone 
Ji who sees otherwise. They cannot understand work, labor, achievement, 

f = accomplishment, greatness and a HIGH CULTURE DESTINY for the human 
^- " race, never having experienced any of these fine emotions. This 

explains their criminal freudian attempts to animalize, sexualize, 
" mechanize and destroy the great men and the spirit of Western High 
Culture. Imperium exposes the internationalist of the 30s and 40s 
who in the name of a crusade for humanity and democracy as an ally 
of Russia shared and still share the occupation of Europe. 






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Contrary to Spengler, Yockey was an optimist. He believed 
that the High Culture of the West will unite. That occupied Europe, 
the situs of the High Culture of the West, will drive out the 
occupation forces, the Asiatic horde and the hired men from 
Colonial America. 

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MARCH ON MONTGOMERY— TEIE 
XJNTOLD STORY 
Tb« SPEAKER |»ro tempore, ten- 
der prevSouB order of the Boiue, the 
ventleman fnun AUhama [Ur. Picac- 
oisoR] U recocnlzed for 1 hour. 

Mr. DICKINSON. Mr. Speaker. ]««t 
W9A h\%\mm% vltnecsed tbe cUmuc ** 
weeks of clvU rights acUvities In xu. 
SUte. It was a week which brought ut- 
er&Uy thousands of men and women of 
many races, eolors. and creeds to par- 
ticipate In what has been widely oon- 
aidered as a kind of holy crusade tor 
human rights. During this period there 
were aoores of confrontations between 
demonstrators and law enforcement 
ag encies r esulting In many arrests. 
There was discord, there was tiolence. 
there was death, all of which we de- 
plore. From aU of this a completely 
distorted picture of the SUte of Ala- 
bama has been painted. It is a picture 
of a place peopled by vicious, racfct 
bigots whose only joy is found in the 
suppression of the Negro race; in the de- 
^ nlal of the Negro's right to vote azid to 
participate as a first-class citizen of his 
State and his Nation; a place where the 
Negro's search for simple human dignity 
iDust go toTtver unrewarded; a place 
where the Negro must live out his days 
in constant terror of police brutality 
and bombs that explode in the night 

Mr. Speaker, this is an image of Ala- 
bama widely accepted as accurate by 
inany people in this Nation and the rest 
of the world today. It is, however, an 
image which has been deliberately, 
knowingly, and purposefully contrived. 
I have pointed this out before on this 
floor. It Is. In short, but a part of an 
effort to divide and to conquer this Na- 
iloi>— «nd If this effort goes unchal* 
lenged, It may well accomplish Its pur- 
poae. 

There Is a story here, however, that 
has been untold and, for the meet part. 
Is unknown. While I have but one small 
voice and what I say here may go un- 
heeded, I would be remiss in my duties if 
I did not sx>eak the facts for all of Amer- 
ica to know— and the facts which I am 
about to relate are true and I can sub- 
stantiate every fact. Mr. Speaker if you 
think these XacU arc vile and obscene 
and are unpleasant to hear. I agree. But 
think what it is Uke to have wltDeased 
them and had them occur in your ccm- 
munity. 

First and foremost there was not one 
big group of moraJixts and Neero mym- 
pathizers that invaded Selma and 
marched an Montgomery. There were 
four distinct and usually tdentlflsble 
groups intermingled and participating in 
a common effort but each for its own 
motives. 

This has been characterized by some 
and depicted as a type of holy crusade. 
l«t me read you a circular actuUly 
handed out to the marchers by some of 
those participating in the march: 



(Produced by Paul Uosoovltt and Piggy 

Anns) 

Batwtalnmuit and nCmhrnaatt ftaralrtisd 
tT99 to all iTMOom aurebtn by tbe &oUy 
wooa 10 OommtttM la o« n»« a Ua ta with tbt 
Oocd Ooinmlttac To Bod Bigotry mud Otn- 



<Mote to mlnisUn: Ws appracUto tbe eo- 
•^vmUon glTcn thU qwctacular, modem ad- 
vaatsre la panoo-to-pctvoo CDtertalaiiMct 
by some ot you wbo have eaat off tbe chamf 
or tbe paat. Scrcm of you. Including per- 
lupe the leader HlmacLT, an ttyiaf to make 
you look too ploua and too dd-faabtoned. 
Please prevftU upon tlic boidbaeki to l«t tlie 
abow go oo in aU oritt wiraacrtctad gSory. 
fan, frolic, and wmnnth.) 

ran • imxrut 

Ttet ft wlU be pltcbed each ewaolng ahead 
or tbe march, and the feU burtaaque riTtov 
wttl begin whan the crowd anlree. Let ervy 
good man arrlTe. 

(Wou to aouthem glrU: Come )oln la the 
fun ff jrou oan oast off the odd-fashtoned 
Ideaa, vbetber of raaal bigotry or medleTal 
moronic moraUty, BoUywood's greateat tra^ 
dltfon beckooa you. Oome, mset Paul and 
tbe boyi.) 

Is this ^Tc^j:iaLr out ot character with 
the rest of the march? Look at the por- 
ticlpanu. 

One group was the Alabama Negro who 
participated to help secure rtghu and 
privileges which he felt had been with- 
drawn from him iUegaUy. And there are 
many instances where this has been ao~ 
•BpeclaUy historically. This is not uni- 
versally so In Alabama, however— only 
In isolated areas and none of these areas 
recently. 

A second group are the do-gooders— 
those from outside aur State who have 
no personal interest or involvement but 
who, out of compassion for those whom 
they are convinced need help and, al- 
though misinformed and mlsgxiided as 
to both the full /acts and bow those 
whom they seek to help can best be 
bclped, come and participate tn tbe 
marches, demonstrations and even seri- 
ous civil disturbances. This group, for 
the most part are aerlous, alncere, edu- 
cated t>eople such as the clergy, nuns, 
teachers and other professional people. 
While their purpose may be noble, to a 
large extent they defeat their own aims 
because they worsen the condition they 
seek to Improve. Let me hasten to add, 
however, that not all men who profess 
to be men of God and who don the cleri- 
cal gfcrb participate for altruistic reaaona. 
Many are the type Jesus had In mind 
when he said: 

And Then thou prayeei, thou ahait not be 
a* the hTpocrtte* are: Por i^vj tore «o enr 

m«naiac in M^k •jxiaitoipiM ana tn. «Im oar- 
Ben of the etrccte. that they may be aeen 
or jnen. VertJj X a^j unto jtm. the* h*Te 
their Mwmrd. But thou. whMt thou praT- 
aet. enter Into thy doeet. and when thou 
hut ehut thy door, pray to tbe father which 
la In aeeret: and thy Father which eaeth In 
aaeret ihall reward thee openly. 

We of our SUte do not o^nrffw^n (he 
first group. Perhaps we would react 
almllarly In Uke circumstances. We can 
recognize the good intentions of the sec- 



ond group even though w« kim their' 
method U wrong. 

Tliese two croups, however, make up 
only a small part of the total effort 
Both of these cra^ips are In fact being 
^letlmiaed and used as unknowing tocOs 
of the other two groups Involved. In the 
final analysis the Alabama Negro wUl not 
achieve what be seeks by the means he 
now employs, nor win tbe do-gooders 
lutve helped him pennanent^. 

The third group, also a tool being 
used by the fourth group, are human 
flotsam: adventurers, beatniks, prosti- 
tutes, and similar rabble. They flock to 
the standard of civil rights because this 
clothes them with a moraUty azul a pur- 
pose which they otherwise lack. The 
fact is that they are recruited to be full- 
time demonstrators. Itiey are promised 
$10 per day. free room and board and all 
of the sex they want from opposite mem- 
bers of either race. Free love among this 
group is not only condoned; it is ai* 
couraged. It is a fact and their way of 
life. Only by the ultimate sex act with 
one of another color- can they demon- 
strate they have no prejudice. 

Do I exaggerate? The pamphlet I have 
read at the beginning of my talk was dis- 
tributed among the marchers from Selma 
to Montgoraery. Drunkenness and aez 
oitries were the order of the day in Selma 
on the road to Montgomery, and In 
Montgomery. There were many«-not 
just a few — ^instances of sexual inter- 
eourse In public between Negro and 
white. News reporters saw this— law en- 
forcement ofBdals saw this, and Mr 
Speaker, photographs were taken of this. 
1 am told. I have not seen the actual 
photographs, but they are being proc- 
essed and compUed. 

Negro and white freedom marchers In- 
vaded a Negro church In Montgomery 
and engaged In an all-night session of 
debauchery within the church Itself 
The leadership of the church had to get 
help to have these freedom marchers put 
out of their church and even had to have 
the telephone disconnected because of 
tbe long-distance calls. tTrinatinglnthe 
street was not uncommon during dem- 
onstrations and more than one of these 
freedom marchers was arrested for in- 
decent exposure in a public place. 

Has anyone stopped to ask what tort 
of people can leave home, family and 
>ob — If they have one — and live Indefi- 
nitely in a foreign place demonstrating? 
Thia la no religious group of sympa- 
ttilsers tonng to help tbe Negro out of 
a aense of right and mcwmlity — this is a 
bunch of godless riffraff out for kicks 
and aelf.gratlflcatlon that have left 
every campsite between Belma and Mont- 
gomerr littered with whisky bottles 
beer eans. and used oontracepUves. I 
am prepared to prove these facts. 

If you wonder why the Rererend Nor- 
man C. Turesdcll, of Wubu- ;'e. Iowa, 
Rabbi Richard Rubensteln, d^plain of 
the University of Pittsburgh, and many 
other ministers and religious leaders Itf t 
the ao-caUed freedom march in disgtist, 
this Is tbe reason. 




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Who then. U the one or group that 
^U these troupt tocether — that gins 
d ooheilvtfiesft, itrenffth, mooey. tMd dl- 
r«ctlon? Who or what can weld this 
diverse croup tocether Into a formidable 
force that can — and ha»— overcome? 
The aniwer Is this: the Communlat 
Party. 

There are those that make a living 
out of sedng a Communist behind every 
bush or tree-«or aome Communist oon- 
aplracy or plot In every acUon or the 
State Department or foreign diplomacy. 
Let me assure you that such is not the 
case vjth me. J have not wanted to 
Relieve tt^-but I have been oonvtnoad. 
There are aome In the Congress that 
do not want to believe It— and wlU not 
listen to the facta. 

A few weeks ago a group of 14 Mem- 
bers from this Bouse made themselves 
a committee to go to Selma to look Into 
the altuatioQ there. In the course of 
the testimony that was given there. 
Judge Bernard Reynolds, probate judge 
of Z>a21as County, started mentioning 
the fact that there were Communist In- 
fluences at work In the streets of Selma. 
He was Interrupted by one of the visit- 
ing gentlemen with the remark: 

We dont care ftSTUilzig about that. Ut't 
leave the CommunUta out of thu. 

I was later impressed with the evident 
truth of this statement when a vote of 
the Congress was taken to give or deny 
an appropriation to the House Un- 
American Activites Committee. Thir- 
teen of these same fourteen Members 
voted against the House Un-American 
Activities Committee — the very commit- 
tee of this body whose Job It Is to find 
out sbout communism to the U-SA. 

I am nire there are others here and 
riaewhere that *'don't want to bear about 
Communists" But the facte are here for 
anyone that has eyes to see. The Com- 
munist Party and the Communist ap- 
paratus is the underglrding structure for 
all of the racial troubles in Alabama ^Tor 
the past 3 months. 

Look at the speakers on the platform 
in front of the capitol in Montgomery or 
participating prominently In the march 
and demonstrations. 

First. Carl Braden: A well-known 
Communist who has been active In dvU 
rigbU activities for several years. Carl 
Braden has been active tn so-called cJiil 
rights efforte for several years In the 
South. He was once convicted for con- 
spiring with Negroes In Kentucky to 
bomb other Negroes' houses. 

Second. Abner Berry: One of the di- 
rectors of the Communist Party In the 
United States was in and out of the 
Selma-Montgomery area — and was pho- 
ioaraphed. I am told. I have not anen 
the photograph. 

Third. James Peck: Field secretary for 
CORE. He has a Federal criminal rec- 
ord. Mr. Peck and a group of demon- 
atrators once tried to prevent the 
launching of our first nuclear subma- 
rine. Later, he was forcibly reatoved 
from a nuclear test area In the Pacific 
where he had sailed with another grwip 
of demonstrators in an attempt to halt 
our Government's nuclear test program. 
Does anyone honestly be^eve that IJ*'. 



Peck b Interested In Alabama Negroes' 
dvU rlghU? 

Fourth. Bayard Rustln: Rusttn beads 
an oreanlzation known as the War Re- 
Bisters Leagufr^-whlch is the VB. branch 
ci an international organization known 
w War Rcaisteri XntematlonaL The 
purpoae of this organization. In other 
words Mr. Bayard Rustln's chief busi- 
ness. Is to persuade and to aid young 
nen to avoid eompuilsory military aerviee 
to tbdr ooontry. As recently as S yean 
ago. Bayard Rustin's War Reststen 
League shared offices In New York City 
with the Student Nonviolent Coordinat- 
ing Council— otherwise known as Snick. 
Snick was oocponsor. along with Mar- 
tin Luther Bang's Southern Christian 
Leadership Conference of the Montgom- 
ery march. Bayard Rusttn. by his own 
admission In tbe Saturday Evening Poat 
was a Communist Party organizer for 12 
years. 

Fifth. And what about the king him- 
self—King Martin Luther. The only 
man in America that can announce when 
he will see the President— and it becomec 
a fact. Martm Luther King himself has 
amassed the staggering total of more 
than 60 Communis t-front aftUiations 
since 1955. In spite of which Dr. King 
has been quoted as saying last summer in 
Greenwood. Miss., that "there are no 
more Communists in the Mississippi sum- 
mer project than there are Eskimos in 
Florida.** With King at the time he 
made this statement was Bayard Rustln. 
who served as King's executive secretary 
for 9 years. King has also said that 
there are Xio Communists is the Southern 
Christian Leadership Conference. Him- 
ter PitU O-DeU, who took the fifth 
amendment before the House Un-Afflcrl- 
can Acttvittes Committee, and who was 
tdenttfled by witnesses as a Oonmunlst 
Party member, worked for more than a 
year with King's SCLC movement. King 
repeatedly denied that O'DeU was con- 
nected with his organization untU the 
facts were proven otherwise, then he ad- 
mitted that O'DeU had been employed 
by the SCLC. When King promoted the 
demonstrations in Birmingham In the 
•ummer of 1903, poUce Identified and 
photographed a number of Icnown Com- 
munist aiul suspected Communist sym- 
pathizers In Kmg's supporting groups. 
His chief of staff at that time was Wyatt 
T. Walker, Mr. Walker is today edi- 
torial advisor to the Progressive lAbor 
Movement, which has been described by 
Mr. J. Edgar Hoover as a Marxlst- 
I^enlnist group following the more violent 
Chinese Communist line. Tbe fact Is 
that Martin Luther Kmg has been vir- 
tually surrounded by Communists or 
Communlst-fronten since 1955. No man 
in America has received more praise or 
more space coverage in such Communist 
newspapers as The Worker and People's 
World as Martin Luther King. 

The logical question follows, why 
would the Communists want to do this? 
What wlU they gain? The answer is 
that years ago a systematic plan was 
started by the Communists to divide the 
Deep South from tbe rest of the Nation 
by the very tactics they are now using. 
Divide and conquer. They are being 
eminently successful. The most disturb- 



ing thing about It is that the UJ5. Oof- 
emment knows aU these Tacts, lliattbe 
FBIhas aflle on King Martin Luther and 
all the others I have menUoned. Yet the 
Goremment helped prooiote the occur- 
fences in Alabama and even had an Un- 
der Secretair of State participate oo the 
ptogram with known Oommunists. Leroy 
Oollliis, Director, Community Relatloos 
Service, UJ5. Department of Commerce, 
participated in the match. Oorerament 
cOcials participate in such acUvlUes, 
and the Justice Departmem assists In 
their promotion, all with knowledge and 
consent of the President 

Mr. Speaker, I Implore this body to 
oast aside all prejudice by color— pro or 
eon. Forget race and look at all the facts 
obJecUvely, Recently the American pub- 
Uc has been made colorblind to the point 
that black makes red white. America 
must substitute reason and fact for emo- 
tion. We must wake up before it is too 
late. Zt may be too late now. 
AvriDATTr 
Z. Kvt PrUMlon. a former eountenpr for 
tb* FadtrmI Bur«au of Xnvaatlgatlon from 
tM7 to ISSO. do hereby cwaar under oath and 
ttnder penaltr of perjury, that from tha 
fmn 1954 ttirougb 10S8 I attended At* 
oounty oonimittee mactl&g* of the Commu- 
Hist Party of 6anU CUra County, CaltX. (A 
oounty oonunltue mteting of the Oaounu- 
aift Party oonslsu of ont delegate reprc* 
•entlng aacti Communist ceU ta a oounty.) 
The mjwtlns* were held during Che a/ore* 
manuoncd period in tha foUowlng locaUou: 
The rwidenc* of Robert Ltndaay, Communist, 
la San Joae, CaUf.. 10M; the naldeace of 
ICary Field. Oommunlst sactlon organiser. 
Falo Alto. OalU.. »ft6: tbs rMldenoe of bobel 
and Edwin Cerney, both Communijts. Menlo 
Part. Calif.. tS&S; tb« residence of Gertrude 
Adler, Communist. Palo Alto. Calif., 1957; 
the raaidcnoa of Karl Pnuslon. ooustcrwy 
<or the PBl. Loa AHoa. Oalif .. ISSS; the reel- 
Aenoe of Myra White, Oonununiat. Mcnmtaln 
Flew. Calif., S959. 

Z hereby further aolemnly ctate that at 
each and every meeting as aet forth above. 
one Cd Beck, CommunUt, who ia preaently 
•ecretary of the Katlonal AaK)cUtlon tor the 
Advancement of Colorwl People of Ban 
Mateo Ooon^. Califs and a member of the 
CJongraai on Badal Bquallty (CORK), pre- 
•anted the directive tram the (Uata-lct oOoe 
of the Communist Party tn Ban Pranclaco to 
the effect that: "AU CommiinUu warki&c 
Within the framework of the NAACP are tn* 
■tructed to work for a change of the paatlve 
attitude of the NAACP toward a more mili- 
tant. demonitratlTc. class ttniggle policy to 
be expreued by slt-tna, dcoionetrmUona, 
marehM, and proteeu, for the purpoee of 
tranaformlng the KAACP into an organlaa- 
tton (or the achlcvameat of Communist 
ebjecUvee" 

X further swear and atteet that at each 
and avtry on* of the aforemenUoned meet- 
ings, one ftCT. BCartin tutber King was 
always set forth as the mdlvldual to whom 
Onmmunlita should look and rally around 
In the Communlat etruoKle on tbe caaav 
racial laeuca. 

I hereby alao sUte that Martin Ujtber 
King has either been a member of, or wit- 
tingly has accepted eupport from, over SO 
Communist fronts, individuals, and/or or- 
ganlaatJons, wlilch give aid to or e^Kiuse 
Communist causes. 

Kau. PeoaatoM. 

Bubecrlbed and sworn to before me this 
20th day of September IMS. 

Oaoaos X. Sauujcs. 

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Mr. 3. Edgar Hoover, Director, 
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Dear Sir: 



Enclosed is an article by columnist Drew Pearson, 
clipped from the Los Angeles Times, which you may have seen. 

As Mr. Pearson's article seems quite frightening to 
we ordinary citizens, I wonder if you might find time to comment 
on the article? 

Do you consider the article truthful? 

K so, is there nothing Illegal about such activities ? 

In your opinion, does this organization constitute a 
real threat ? 

As our law- makers seem bent on removing the right of the 
ordinary citizen to provide himself with firearms for his own 
protection, and our courts insisting on turning loose most murderers, 
rapists and other assorted law-breakers because of some legal 
technicality, or piteous bellowing by assorted psychiatrists, I 
wonder how far down the road of helplessness we ordinary mortals 
have traveled? 

Vm looking forward to your reply with great anticipation, 
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This column has now penetrated 
^the Mafia4ike secrecy of a sinister, 
.neo-Nazi movement that seeks to 
foverthrow 4he U.S. government. 
iAlready it directs an $850,000-a-year 
lobbying campaign on Capitol Hill, 
; publishes one of America's famous 
old magazines, operates a publishing 
house, controls a dozen front organi- 
zations iand last year handed out 
$90,000 to candidates for Congress. 
Members of this organization are 
not goose-stepping storm troopers 
like the late George Lincohi Rock- 
well's motley misfits, but doctors, 
lawyers, writers and businessmen 
from America's upper middle class. 
They belong to secret cells where 
they are known only by code names. 
They call their subterranean so- 
ciety 'the Francis Parker Yockey 
Movement, named for a neo-Nazi 
philosopher who committed suicide 
in a San Francisco jail cell in 1960. 
But they take their credo, as Yockey 
did, from Adolf Hitler whose birth- 
day they plan to celebrate with 
secret rites on Sunday. 

They smg the old Nazi songs, 
hoard Nazi war relics and display 
the swastika at their meetings. Their 
.slogan; "Was mich nicht umbringt, 
macht mich starker." Translated, 
this means, "\VTiat does not destroy 
me makes me stronger.** 



They seek the overthrow of 
democracy in the United States, the 
unification of Western Europe un- 
der a neo-Nazi dictatorship and an 
Armageddon with Russia. Just as 
Hitler boldly set forth his aims in 
"Mein Kampf,* Yockey outlined his 
strategy for resurrecting Nazlism in 
a pseudo-philosophical book called 
"Imperium.** This has become the 
Mein Kampf of the new movement. 

Yockey concluded: "The soil of 
Europe, rendered sacred l)y the 
streams of blood which have made it 
spiritually fertile for a millennium, 
will once again stream with blood 
until the barbarians (Russians) and 
distorters (Jews) have been driven 
^out." 

The Francis Parker Yockey Move- 
ment was formed after his suicide 
hy the last man to see him alive, 
Willis A. Carto, founder of the 
.Liberty Lobby, who has written that 
the United States made a mistake in 
going to war against Hitler. 
I Carto published Imperium and, in 
^ fore wor d, he proclaimed-Jus^cnyn 
strategy with startling candor. 




^^^^Jhoaayho are to isav eltHe Wes tT 
:lie wrote, "must realize at the outset 
that only part of it can be saved;, 
that much must be sacrificed and 
that the resulting structure will be 
^ different from the past « , . • 

*And although our job is to 
rebuild, we must not lose sight of 
the reality, for we cannot rebuild 
until we have captured. Political 
power is the essential criterion, not 
wishes or windbags, and to the goal 
of political power all else must be 
temporarily sacrificed." 

Cartons secret quest for political 
power has had astonishing success. 
WTiile he recruited true believers 
into the Frances Parker Yockey 
ovement/ he exercised political 

wer through a network of frorii 

•ganizations. 

- The most powerful front is the 
Liberty Lobby which, say insiders, 
raised $850,000 last year. Through 
* the Liberty Lobby, Carto furnished 
research and wrote speeches for a 
dozen members of Congress. He had 
almost* the entire South Carolina 
Relegation eating out of his hand, 
including Sen. Strom Thurmond, 
Rep. Mendel Rivers, Rep. Albert 
Watson and Rep. W. J. Bryan Dorn. 

Several Louisiana Congressmen 
were also patsies for the neo-Nazis, 
including Rep. Otto Passman, who 
signed a letter soliciting subscrip- 
tions to the Liberty Lobby's news- 
letter; Rep. Joe Waggonner Jr., who 
accepted a "Statesman of the Repub- 
lic" award from Liberty Lobby; and 
Rep. John Rarick, who spoke at 
sev^eral Liberty Lobby rallies. . 

Others who accepted. awards and 
gave speeches for Liberty Lobby 
were Reps. E. Y. Berry of South 
Dakota, John Dowdy of Texas, 
James Utt of California and John 
Bell Williams, who quit Congress to 
become governor of Mississippi last 
year... 

There is no evidence that any of 
these congressmen knew of Cartons 
neo-Nazi background, although w« 
reported as early as Oct. 26, 1966, 
that Carto was an admirer of Adolf 
Hitler. Our charge was based upon 
his private correspondence, in 
which he called Hitler's defeat a 
tragedy for Western civilization. 

Carto also set up the United 
Congressional Appeal, which raised 
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. during the 1968 campaign. k% trea- 
surer, .he personally signed the 
checks, ' * "> 

* He has also purchased control of 
the American Mercury, a magazine 
whose name was once a household 
word in America, His Noontide Press 
in Sausalito publishes pseudo-intel* 
lectual, neo-Nazi books. The latest, 
"The Myth of the Six Million,** seeks 
to prove that mi\&['^ massacre of 
six million Jews was all a Jewish 
myth. . 

True to his word, Willis Carto has 
captured enormous political power. 
If the Communists had ever been a^ 
successful on Capitol Hill the scan* 
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Dear Mr. Baker: 

In reply to your letter of April 17th, with enclo- 
sure, this Bureau Is strictly an investtgattve agency of ttie Federal 
Goremment and, as such, neither makes evaluations nor draws con- 
clusions as to the character or integrity of any organization, publication 
or Individual. Therefore, I cannot comment as yoi^deslre. I regret 
I cannot be of assistance to you in this instance. Z^ 
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enclosure is a newspaper clipping of Drew Pearson^s column who is weU 
known to the Bureau, and concerns Francis Parker Yockey. He was ttie 
subject of a Registration Act - Internal Security Act of 1950; Passport and 
Visa Matter investigation which was Instituted in 1952 on allegations that 
he was engaged in Fascist activities on an international sca^e. He reportedly 
stated his g^l was to unite all Fascists in the world. Our investigation to 
determine his whereabouts and activities disclosed that he was the auOior of 
several publications described as Fascist and that he had attended Fascist 
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strictly investigative agency of the Federal Government, does not 
have the responsibility of preparing a list such as you described 
and has no such list for distribution. It is the function of the Attor- 
ney General to cite those organizations designated under Executive 
Order 10450. 

You may wish to secure a copy of "Guide to Subversive 
Organizations and PubUcatlons, " prepared and released by the House 
Committee on Un-American Activities, now known as the House 
Committee on Internal Security. In It are listed some of the groups 
and periodicals which have been cited by various state and Federal 
i^encles, and a copy of It can be purchased for seventy cents from 
the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, 
Washington, D. C. 20402. Checks or money orders should be drawn 
payable to the Superintendent of; Documents. CO. D. orders will not 
be accepted.- -^ -,, .- 

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information In our files must be maintained as confidential in accord- 
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